Senior US Official visits Sri Lanka

[TamilNet, Monday, 15 May 2006, 10:48 GMT]
U.S. State Department's Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs, Mr. Donald Camp, is currently on a two-day visit to Sri Lanka, May 15 and 16, 2006, a press release issued by the US Embassy in Colombo Monday said.

Donald Camp
Full text of the press release issued on Monday by the US Embassy in Sri Lanka follows:

COLOMBO, May 15, 2006- The U.S. State Department's Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs, Mr. Donald Camp, is currently on a two-day visit to Sri Lanka, May 15 and 16, 2006. Mr. Camp will meet with Sri Lankan government officials, political party representatives and businessmen to discuss the current political and economic climate in the country, as well as review the state of bilateral relations. His visit comes in the context of efforts by the U.S., as part of the Tokyo Donors Co-Chairs group, to encourage a resumption of talks in Geneva at the earliest possible date.

 

Latest 15 Reports
19.08.19 19:23   Photo
IC sheds crocodile tears over Shavendra appointment, US engages with his war-time chief
18.08.19 23:50   Photo
SL TID detains outspoken Tamil doctor at Pazhai hospital
17.08.19 23:08   Photo
SLA Jaffna commander refuses to release Palaali lands at meeting presided by Wickramasinghe
16.08.19 13:25   Photo
SL Archaeology Department resumes plans to construct controversial ‘chaitya’ at Koonith-theevu
15.08.19 21:39  
Wickramasinghe lacks courage to meet protesting Tamil mothers in North
14.08.19 23:31   Photo
2006 genocidal massacre at Chengchoalai campus marked in Vanni, Jaffna amidst PTA-threats
13.08.19 17:45   Photo
Tamil awareness urged on geopolitics-driven genocidal ‘development’ in Mannaar
12.08.19 20:04   Photo
Percival's 19th century Tamil proverb compilations collated and sorted in new publication
11.08.19 20:32   Photo
PTA-threats against constructing memorial arch for student victims of 2006 aerial massacre
10.08.19 22:49   Photo
Sinhala encroachers storm into 100 acres of lands at Kanneeraavi in Pulmoaddai
09.08.19 14:28  
SL Forest Department retains 8,034 hectares of pasturelands in Paduvaan-karai, Batticaloa
08.08.19 20:05   Photo
Colombo converts 2000 acres of ex-HSZ lands citing India-assisted airport expansion in Jaffna
07.08.19 23:28   Photo
Book on Santhiya becomes narration of Tamil struggle incorporating Marxist ideas in early 80s
06.08.19 23:27   Photo
State discrimination causes death of 1000 cows, milk production drops by 5,500 litres in Batticaloa
05.08.19 23:55   Photo
Pirapaharan’s statements between 1984 and 1993 reproduced in book form in Europe
 
Find this article at:
http://www.tamilnet.com/art.html?catid=13&artid=18143