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Consulate General of Sri Lanka

Tender Notices for Red Lentil from Canada

Importation of Red Lentil from Canada 

Co-operative Wholesale Establishment (CWE) of Sri Lanka which is fully government owned establishment wishes to purchase 12000MT of Red Lentil from the suppliers in Canada. 

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Ms. Jayathma Wickramanayake of Sri Lanka appointed as UNSG’s Envoy on Youth

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United Nations Secretary-General’s office announced today (20th June) that Secretary General António Guterres has appointed Jayathma Wickramanayake of Sri Lanka as his next Envoy on Youth. She will succeed Ahmad Alhendawi of Jordan.

Read more: Ms. Jayathma Wickramanayake of Sri Lanka appointed as UNSG’s Envoy on Youth

 

Series of Events held in Toronto to mark Vesak

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Followers of Lord Buddha’s philosophy marked the birth, attainment of enlightenment and passing away of Lord Buddha, by organizing several events in the Greater Toronto Area, with the active participation of the Consul General of Sri Lanka in Toronto and staff.

Read more: Series of Events held in Toronto to mark Vesak

 

Statement by the Cabinet of Ministers against Violence and Hate Speech

The National Unity Government, headed by President Maithripala Sirisena reaffirm commitment, in accordance with the mandates received from the people at the Presidential elections in January and Parliamentary elections of August 2015, to ensure that our nation never again returns to a conflict-ridden past, and instead resolve to guide our nation towards reconciliation, sustainable peace, and economic progress. Communal, ethnic and religious hatred and violence, and impunity have no place in the society that we strive to build. 

Read more: Statement by the Cabinet of Ministers against Violence and Hate Speech

   

Government Approves Historic National Policy on Reconciliation and Coexistence

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 Government Approves Historic National Policy on Reconciliation and Coexistence

On 2nd May 2017, in a historic move, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Government of Sri Lanka approved Sri Lanka’s first National Reconciliation Policy.

The process for developing the National Reconciliation Policy was initiated in September 2015 by the Office for National Unity & Reconciliation (ONUR) chaired by Former President Her Excellency Madam Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga.

After a one-year comprehensive consultation process with multiple stakeholders including Government officials, ministries, departments, members of provincial councils, civil society, academia, and experts and grass-roots activists, the National Reconciliation Policy was submitted by His Excellency President Maithripala Sirisena in September 2016 to Cabinet of Ministers for discussion. In his accompanying note to the Cabinet, His Excellency stated that the Office for National Unity and Reconciliation (ONUR) had drafted the National Policy in a “manner that reflects that reconciliation is a whole-of-government effort and a multi-stakeholder endeavour.”

Read more: Government Approves Historic National Policy on Reconciliation and Coexistence

   

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Consulate General of Sri Lanka

36, Eglinton Avenue West,

Suite 301

Toronto, ON M4R 1A1

Tel

416 323 9133

Fax

416 323 3205

Email

srilanka@bellnet.ca