London Consular Corps elect Sri Lankan to its committee

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 16 November 2011, 02:01 GMT]
Consular Corps of London, an association networking consular officers of the diplomatic missions based in London has for the first time elected a Sri Lankan consular official to its committee, at a time when the genocidal state of Sri Lanka wages a bitter war with the Eezham Tamil diaspora. The official elected was Mr. Chaminda Kularatne, Minister Counsellor for consular affairs and immigration in the Sri Lanka High Commission in London, according to Colombo media. Kularatne was earlier Senior Asst. Secretary to SL President. Consular affairs (passport-visa matters) are an effective weapon used against Eezham Tamils by Colombo.

Mr. Kularatne told media that he would closely network with over 100 consular officers of various diplomatic missions in London on ‘post-conflict development initiatives’ taking place in Sri Lanka.

 

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