TNA delegation meets UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 10 October 2007, 16:24 GMT]
A delegation of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Wednesday evening met Louise Arbour, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights at the UN office in Colombo and briefed her about the deteriorating human rights situation in Sri Lanka, especially in the northeast.

The TNA parliamentarians Gajendrakumar Ponnampalam and Suresh Premachandran accompanied Mr. Sampanthan in their meeting with Ms. Louise Arbour.

Louise Arbour is scheduled to meet relatives of missing and abducted persons in Colombo on Thursday.

The meeting is to be held at the office of Civil Monitoring Committee led by Colombo parliamentarian Mr.Mano Ganeshan, leader of the Western Peoples Front (WPF).

Arbour is scheduled to meet relatives of abducted and missing in Jaffna on Friday at UN office located along Temple Road in the town.

 

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