Akashi to visit Sri Lanka

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 06 December 2005, 13:01 GMT]
Embassy of Japan in Colombo said in a press release issued Tuesday that Mr. Yasushi Akashi, representative of the Government of Japan for Peace-building, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in Sri Lanka, will visit Sri Lanka from Wednesday to Sunday to discuss the current situation with the Sri Lankan government and other parties concerned.

kashi (Photo: BBC)Full text of the press release follows:

Visit of Mr. Yasushi Akashi, Representative of
The Government of Japan to Sri Lanka

Mr.Yasushi Akashi, Representative of the Government of Japan for Peace-building, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in Sri Lanka, will visit Sri Lanka from Wednesday 7th December to Sunday 12th December 2005, to discuss with the Government and the parties concerned, the current situation of the peace process.

During his visit, he is scheduled to meet President Mahinda Rajapakse, Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake, Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera, and other relevant leaders and officials.

 

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