Indian High Commissioner meets TNA delegation

[TamilNet, Friday, 23 December 2005, 16:51 GMT]
A delegation of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Friday met with the Indian High Commissioner in Sri Lanka Ms Nirupama Rao and discussed at length the current situation, concerns on potential breakdown of CeaseFire Agreement (CFA), and the urgent need to restart the peace process. The TNA delegation impressed upon the High Commissioner the need for peace talks to commence without further delay, Mr.R.Sampanthan, TNA parliamentary group leader said in a press release Friday.

The talks in Colombo took place on the eve of President Mr.Mahinda Rajapakse leaving to India on December 27 for talks with the Indian leaders, sources said.

With the Indian High Commissioner, her political secretary, Mr.Amandeep Singh Gill, participated in the discussions.

TNA delegation comprised Mr Sampanthan, Joseph Pararajasingham, Mavai Senathirajah, Selvam Adaikalanathan, Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam and Suresh Premachchandran, TNA sources said.

 

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