Tigers warn Sri Lanka on military provocation in Northern Front
[TamilNet, Sunday, 29 October 2006, 09:04 GMT]
LTTE's Military Spokesman Irasiah Ilanthirayan, Sunday morning condemned the Sri Lankan armed forces for escalating the military hostilities by engaging in provocative offensive preparations and rehearsals in Northern Front in Jaffna while the Parties were engaged in talks in Geneva. Talking to media before entering the Conference Centre at rue de Varembé in Geneva, the Tiger military spokesman warned that any "Sri Lankan aggression, following the provocation, causing implications on the talks at this critical juncture, would have serious consequences."
Military Spokesperson of the Tigers, Mr. Irasaiah Ilanthirayan (Marshall)
The LTTE delegation visiting Geneva and Oslo, respecting the call by the Co-Chairs and the International Community was engaged in addressing the humanitarian crisis caused by the Sri Lankan military offensives and the non-implementation of the Ceasefire Agreement, Mr. Ilanthirayan said.
"When we are engaged in finding ways to de-escalate the military hostilities and address the unfolding humanitarian catestrophy, the Sri Lankan military engagement in Jaffna, further de-stabilizes the civilian life. The International Community is witness to Colombo's military agenda," commented the Tiger spokesman.