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“The Commonwealth is a large group of Nations representing different national aspirations, economic systems, cultures, religions and other interests. It can be a force for good and play a significant role in addressing some of the major issues confronting the world today, such as poverty, global health and youth issues, etc.” said the the Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka, Dr. Palitha Kohona at the 47th Commonwealth Day Reception hosted on Monday (March 10) in New York. The reception was hosted by the Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka in New York in collaboration with the Permanent Missions of Malta and the United Kingdom.


gl shrMinister of External Affairs Professor G.L Peiris, representing President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Chair-in-Office of the Commonwealth, at the Commonwealth Day celebrations in London, including the Multi-Faith Observance at Westminster Abbey, held discussions with Mr. Kamalesh Sharma, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, at Marlborough House in London today (11th March 2014).

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