Balasingham Vanni bound to attend Norwegian FM meet

[TamilNet, Saturday, 06 November 2004, 20:22 GMT]
Liberation Tigers’ Political Strategist and Chief Negotiator, Mr. Anton Balasingham, and his wife Adele are scheduled to arrive in Colombo Tuesday morning and will travel to Kilinochchi in Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) helicopter the same day afternoon, sources close to the LTTE told TamilNet.

Oslo talks, 041202.
Norwegian Foreign Minister Mr. Jan Peterson.
Norwegian Foreign Minister, Jan Peterson, is expected to arrive in Colombo on Thursday for a meeting with the top LTTE leadership including Velupillai Pirapaharan, later in the week.

Norwegian peace envoys, Deputy Foreign Minister Vidar Helgesen and Special Advisor Erik Solheim are also expected to accompany Mr Peterson, according a Norwegian Embassy statement issued Thursday.

Due to harsh weather in Vanni and his delicate health condition, Balasingham will be staying in Kilinochchi for not more than a week before returning to his London residence, according to informed sources.

 

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