Japanese Ambassador meets Thamilchelvan

[TamilNet, Monday, 22 December 2003, 13:47 GMT]
Mr.Akio Suda, the new Ambassador for Japan in Sri Lanka met with Head of the Political Wing of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) at the LTTE Peace Secretariat building in Kilinochchi Monday morning for discussions on current political situation and on support of the Japanese Government to the people of Vanni through United Nations agencies, LTTE peace secretariat website reported.

Mr. Kiichiro Isase, the third secretary of the Ambassador, also was part of the Japanese team that arrived in Kilinochchi by an Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) helicopter at 10.30am according to the report.

Thamilchelvan told the Ambassador that the LTTE is "exploring other alternatives to deliver the humanitarian assistance to the Tamil speaking people in the NorthEast," and that, "the current political crisis in the South should not hinder the reconstruction, resettlement activities in the NorthEast."

Secretary General of the LTTE Peace Secretariat, Mr. Pulithevan, also participated in the meeting.

The Ambassador appreciated LTTE's commitment to peace and encouraged the LTTE to continue to adhere to the Cease Fire Agreement.

The Ambassador also visited the proposed Kilinochchi Hospital site and teh UNHCR office as part of familiarization tour to acquaint himself with the humanitarian activities in Vanni.
Japanese Ambassador Visit
Japanese Ambassador being welcomed by Thamilchelvan at the LTTE Peace Secretariat (Photo: LTTE peace secretariat website)



External Links:
LTTE: LTTE Peace Secretariat

 

Latest 15 Reports
16.11.20 18:45  
China launches world’s biggest regional trade agreement without Indian participation
31.10.20 10:58  
Tamils risk Kashmir-like status revocation if Gota continues Trinco military cooperation with US
06.10.20 11:40  
Poet Pulamaipithan who championed Tamil Eelam solidarity in Tamil Nadu turns 85
28.09.20 23:19   Photo
Muslims join Tamils opposing Colombo's suppression of Thileepan Remembrance in North
27.09.20 12:05   Photo
Tamils unify to mark Thileepan Remembrance, brave Colombo's suppression of memorialisation
26.09.20 09:10   Photo
Commemorating sacrifices of Tamil struggle is an inalienable right, not a subject for ‘SL permission’
25.09.20 22:08   Photo
South Asia mourns SPB's demise
15.09.20 06:37   Photo
UN Rights Chief joins her predecessors in watering down collective rights of genocide affected people
04.09.20 22:13   Photo
Diaspora youth group re-aligns Tamil narrative on enforced disappearances
03.09.20 15:41   Photo
Jude Lal Fernando’s Sputnik interview exposes unfolding British duplicity on KMS ‘investigations’
02.09.20 22:03   Photo
Gotabaya's ‘Task Force’ monk threatens Tamils to stay away from their paddy fields in Thiriyaay
01.09.20 23:36  
Colombo extends genocidal land grab targeting farmlands of Tamils along NE border: Ravikaran
31.08.20 16:36   Photo
Families of war-disappeared send strong message braving SL restrictions on International Day
08.08.20 01:05   Photo
Sumanthiran alleged of exerting Colombo’s influence to tamper with preferential vote counts
07.08.20 10:08  
2020 election resembles 1970 polls that formed genocidal Sri Lanka
 
Find this article at:
http://www.tamilnet.com/art.html?catid=13&artid=10758