LTTE committed to CFA and Flexible in Joint Mechanism, says Thamilchelvan

[TamilNet, Friday, 25 March 2005, 06:55 GMT]
LTTE’s commitment to maintain the Cease Fire Agreement (CFA) with integrity and exercising flexibility in the matter of formulating proposals for a Joint Mechanism, remains undiluted, Mr. S. P. Thamilchelvan who heads the LTTE's top-delegation on the European mission, was quoted as saying by the LTTE website to the Austrian Government officials in Vienna on Thursday.

The LTTE delegation met with the Head of the Department for Humanitarian Assistance Mr.Franz Horlberger, Mr.Klaus Steiner of the Department for Policy and Evaluation, Austrian Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Mag. Peter Storer, Head of Division for South and Southeast Asia, Political Department and Ms.Margit, Head of Unit Knowledge and Quality Management, Austian Development Agency.

"Political circumspection, wisdom and responsibility are demonstrated well by the LTTE by being flexible in accepting Norway’s text in totality for a Joint Mechanism with the Government of Sri Lanka for post-tsunami management" Mr. Horlberger was quoted as saying to the LTTE team.

LTTE delegation in Vienna

 

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