International community's role in Sri Lanka's peace discussed in Berlin

[TamilNet, Thursday, 27 May 2004, 00:05 GMT]
Representatives of the Sri Lankan Government, the Liberation Tigers and the International Donor Community participated in a conference titled, 'New perspectives in the Sri Lankan Peace Process - the current political situation and the role of the International community,' organised by the Berghof Foundation for Conflict Studies and Transformation in Berlin Wednesday, sources said.

Discussions centered on issues preventing early resumption of peace talks between the Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) and the Liberation Tigers (LTTE)

The roundtable in Berlin organised by Berghof Foundation for Conflict Studies
Photo: Selvin/Berlin

The Roundtable was chaired by Dr. Norbert Ropers, Director, Berghof Foundation for Conflict Studies Sri Lanka Office.

Mr. S. Pulithevan, Secretary General of the LTTE's peace secretariat and Dr. Jeyampathy Vickramaratne, Senior Advisor to Sri Lanka's Ministry of Constitutional Affairs participated in the roundtable.

The roundtable in Berlin organised by Berghof Foundation for Conflict StudiesThe roundtable in Berlin organised by Berghof Foundation for Conflict Studies
Photos: Selvin/Berlin

 

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