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COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka’s Foreign Secretary Admiral (Prof.) Jayanath Colombage noted that there is no need for an external mechanism to solve the internal issues of the country, adding that the UN Human Rights Council is not empowered to set up such a mechanism.The Foreign Secretary told a virtual event that solutions for the country’s domestic issues are available within Sri Lanka’s domestic legal system.The Foreign Secretary made these remarks at a virtual media briefing held at the Presidential Media Centre (PMC) on the topic “Geneva Allegations, the United Nations General Assembly and Sri Lanka’s Foreign Policy”.Fifteen countries including China, Russia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Pakistan, Iraq and Venezuela have joined

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka’s Foreign Secretary Admiral (Prof.) Jayanath Colombage noted that there is no need for an external mechanism to solve the internal issues of the country, adding that the UN Human Rights Council is not empowered to set up such a mechanism.The Foreign Secretary told a virtual event that solutions for the country’s domestic issues are available within Sri Lanka’s domestic legal system.The Foreign Secretary made these remarks at a virtual media briefing held at the Presidential Media Centre (PMC) on the topic “Geneva Allegations, the United Nations General Assembly and Sri Lanka’s Foreign Policy”.Fifteen countries including China, Russia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Pakistan, Iraq and Venezuela have joined
COLOMBO (News 1st); The 58th World Military Boxing Championship is scheduled to be held in Moscow, Russia. This year four (4) female players from the Sri Lanka Air Force Women’s Boxing Team will be representing the nation.In addition to these players, Squadron Leader Prasad Wijesinghe who is also an International Boxing Referee will be officiating at these games.These players and officials are scheduled to leave the island tomorrow (16 September 2021).

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