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69th National Day of Sri Lanka Celebrated in Nepal

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Nepal celebrated the 69th Anniversary of the Independence of Sri Lanka on 04th February 2017 at the Embassy Premises.

The programme commenced with hoisting of the National Flag by the Ambassador of Sri Lanka W.S. Perera in the presence of Sri Lankan community, Nepali friends and    well-wishers. Thereafter the National Anthem was sung in Sinhala and Tamil languages. Two minute silence was observed in honour of all the National heroes who had sacrificed their lives for the motherland, followed by lighting of the ceremonial oil lamp by the Ambassador, Embassy staff and some Sri Lankans.

Multi religious observances were conducted by four religious dignitaries representing Buddhist, Hindu, Christian and Islamic faiths and thereafter, the National Day messages of His Excellency, the President, Hon. Prime Minister and Hon. Foreign Minister were read.

Addressing the assembled gathering the Ambassador highlighted the importance of the event and the relations between Sri Lanka and Nepal and latest political developments in Sri Lanka. At the end of the event traditional Sri Lankan food was served to the guests.

An alms giving (Dhana) was also organized at the Official Residence on 4th February and over 20 members of Mahasanga and nuns were present at the event.

A Reception was also organized at Hotel YaK & Yeti, Kathmandu on 6th February to mark the occasion and Rt. Hon. Nanda Bahadur Pun, Vice-President of Nepal graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Over 300 guests, including Rt. Hon. Speaker, Hon. Ministers, Foreign Secretary, Chief Secretary, Senior Government Officials, Foreign Ministry Officials, Members of Diplomatic Corps., Representatives of International Organisations, Business Entrepreneurs, Journalists and members of the   Sri Lankan Community were present at the Reception.

Speaking on the occasion, the Ambassador apprised the relations between Sri Lanka and Nepal and the significant political developments that have taken place in Sri Lanka under the leadership of H.E. the President and Hon. Prime Minister.

The Dinner was served to the well wishers which included delicious Sri Lankan cuisine.


The Embassy of Sri Lanka
Kathmandu
Nepal
09th February 2017

 
PLEDGE FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND RECONCILIATION PDF  | Print |  E-mail



While respecting the richness of our diversity
of different ethnicities, religious, regions and languages,
With the firm objective of making National Integration a reality in Sri Lanka,
we all solemnly pledge in this manner.

We are members of one and the same human race
We will strive resolutely with determination
to foster peace among all citizens and communities in Sri Lanka
with understanding, mutual trust,
and a boundless sense of unity and compassion amongst all of us.

We pledge that well will join hands with one another,
to achieve this noble objective,
and build a prosperous nation
with a Sri Lankan identity.

With clear understanding and recognition that,
to achieve sustainable development and prosperity,
national integration, reconciliation and lasting peace are essential,
we hereby pledge to act and work towards making these objectives a reality.

 
Sri Lanka's new Ambassador to Nepal presents Credentials PDF  | Print |  E-mail

Her Excellency Ms. W.S Perera Presents her Letter to Credence to Rt. Hon. Bidya Devi Bhandari President of Nepal

Sri Lanka's Ambassador to Nepal Ms. W. Swarnalatha Perera presented her Credentials to Rt. Hon. Bidya Devi Bhandari, President of Nepal at the Rastrapati Bhawan, Shital Niwas on 29th August 2016. The Ambassador was accompanied by Ms. Dinesha Samarasinghe, Second Secretary and Mrs. K.D.K.N Kumari, Attaché of the Embassy.After the presentation of the Letter of Credence, the Ambassador was given an audience with the President of Nepal.



Her Excellency Ms. W.S Perera shakes hand with Rt. Hon. President of Nepal

The Ambassador apprised the President of Nepal about all the significant developments that have taken place in Sri Lanka since January 2015 under the leadership of His Excellency Maithripala Sirisena, President of Sri Lanka.

The Ambassador conveyed the greetings and best wishes from the President and the President of Nepal requested the Ambassador to convey her greetings to His Excellency Maithripala Sirisena, the President of Sri Lanka.


Her Excellency Ms. W.S Perera signs the book after the presentation of the Letter of Credence

 

The President of Nepal commended the progress made by Sri Lanka under the new Government on various fields.

The discussion was focused on further strengthening ties between the two countries in all spheres especially exchange high level visits from both sides since Sri Lanka and Nepal will celebrate 60th Anniversary of establishment of Diplomatic Relations in 2017.

The Ambassador thanked the Rt. Hon. President for all the support and goodwill that Nepal had shown towards Sri Lanka in the past and assured Sri Lanka's continued support for Nepal.

The Ambassador conveyed the greetings and best wishes from the President and the President of Nepal requested the Ambassador to convey her greetings to His Excellency Maithripala Sirisena, the President of Sri Lanka.

The President of Nepal commended the progress made by Sri Lanka under the new Government on various fields.




Her Excellency Ms. W.S Perera with Rt. Hon. Bidya Devi Bhandari, the President of Nepal

 

Embassy of Sri Lanka
Kathmandu
Nepal

31.08.2016

 
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