Norway Ambassador, Thamil Chelvan hold talks

[TamilNet, Friday, 06 April 2001, 16:17 GMT]
Norway’s Ambassador in Sri Lanka Jan Westborg and an official of the Norwegian embassy in Colombo, Mr. Tomas Strangland held discussions with Mr. S. Thamil Chelvan, the leader of the Political Wing of the Liberation Tigers, at Pallamadu in the Vanni this afternoon from 4 p.m., Voice of Tigers said in its night news broadcast Friday. The radio did not comment on the content or nature of the discussions between Norway’s Ambassador and Mr. Thamil Chelvan.

The VOT said that the senior members of the LTTE’s political wing, Mr. S. Thangan and Mr. Pulithevan welcomed the Norwegian envoy around 1 p.m. and took him to the venue of the talks at Pallamadu.

Mr. George, Mr. Thangan and Mr. Pulithevan were also present during the first round of talks between the Political Wing of the Liberation Tigers and the Norwegians, the radio said.

 

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