February 06, 2023
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    Ministers representing India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal who visited Sri Lanka to participate in the 75th Independence Day Celebration called on President Ranil Wickremesinghe at the Presidential Secretariat yesterday(04).

    The "Freedom Path" artefact exhibition organized in view of the 75th National Independence Day celebration was declared open  Feb- (05) at the National Museum, Colombo under the patronage of President Ranil Wickremesinghe.

    "I know that Sri Lanka continues to feel the weight of political and economic pressure. The pressure can be hard to bear. It can be destabilizing, isolating, and frightening, and I am here because I want every Sri Lankan to know that you are not alone. You are part of this special precious Commonwealth family, said the Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland addressing the Inaugural Lecture for Geopolitical Cartographers.


    In line with the 75th National Independence Day celebration, the "LankaraLanka" cultural symphony which was held under 18 special cultural elements reflecting a combination of all dance, singing and musical elements, was held in a spectacular manner last night (03) at the Independence Square, Colombo.

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