Minister of Parliamentary Reforms and Mass Media Gayantha Karunathilake presented the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon the official photo collection of his visit to Sri Lanka before he left the country.
Indian Ocean has emerged as one of the world’s busiest and most critical trade corridors, rapidly surpassing the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Covering a vast global expanse - extending to East Africa in the West, Australia in the East, South Africa in the South, the Indian Ocean is well poised to regain its influence in world politics and the global economy said Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe making the inaugural address at the Indian Ocean Conference themed Global Power Transition and the Indian Ocean in Singapore.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon at a meeting with the local youth community emphasized the Role of Youth as peace builders, and the leaders of the world. He made these comments yesterday in Southern Sri Lanka.
President Maithripala Sirisena says he has given instructions to the Defense Secretary and the Army to speedily rebuild the War Hero Monument near the Kurunegala town, which was removed temporarily due to Kurunegala- Dambulla road reconstruction works, more innovatively and attractive than it was before.