High Commission of Sri Lanka in India

High Commissioner Moragoda and Indian National Security Advisor Doval review the status of the bilateral relations PDF Print option in slimbox / lytebox? (info) E-mail
Saturday, 24 September 2022 07:22
As part of the regular and ongoing dialogue between them, Sri Lanka's High Commissioner to India Milinda Moragoda met with the National Security Advisor of India Shri Ajit Kumar Doval, at the latter's office in New Delhi today (22). 

Their discussion centered on a comprehensive review of the status of the relations between India and Sri Lanka. Priority areas for future cooperation were also discussed.

Deputy National Security Advisor of India Ambassador Vikram Misri and the Deputy High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in New Delhi Niluka Kadurugamuwa also participated in the meeting. 

High Commission of Sri Lanka.
New Delhi
22 September 2022

 
High Commissioner Milinda Moragoda interacts with Indian Women’s Press Corps and IAAN School of Mass Communication PDF Print option in slimbox / lytebox? (info) E-mail
Thursday, 22 September 2022 05:23
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High Commissioner Moragoda interacts with a second group of African envoys concurrently accredited to Sri Lanka PDF Print option in slimbox / lytebox? (info) E-mail
Friday, 16 September 2022 00:00

Continuing the series of engagements with concurrently accredited Diplomatic Missions to Sri Lanka from New Delhi, High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to India Milinda Moragoda interacted with a second group of African Heads of Mission today (16). The interaction was aimed at increasing Sri Lanka’s engagement with the states in the African continent, particularly in trade and economic spheres.

Earlier, on 18 August, High Commissioner Moragoda had interacted with a group of nine African Heads of Mission who are concurrently accredited or designated to Sri Lanka from New Delhi. 

This was the sixth time that High Commissioner Moragoda interacted with concurrently accredited Heads of Mission in this manner since assuming office in New Delhi. Previously, he had also interacted with European and Latin American & Caribbean Heads of Mission. 

High Commissioner Moragoda welcomed the invited Heads of Mission and expressed his keenness in further strengthening Sri Lanka's relations with their respective countries, particularly in the trade and economic spheres. He pledged all possible support of his Office to them in carrying out their duties.

He also briefed the Heads of Mission on the current economic and political developments in Sri Lanka. 

The High Commission of Sri Lanka in New Delhi functions as the main coordinating point between the concurrently accredited 94 Foreign Missions and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka.  

High Commission of Sri Lanka   
New Delhi 
16 September 2022
 
High Commission of Sri Lanka in New Delhi opens a High Commissioners’ Gallery PDF Print option in slimbox / lytebox? (info) E-mail
Thursday, 15 September 2022 00:00

High Commission of Sri Lanka in New Delhi opened a ‘High Commissioners’ Gallery’ dedicated to all the High Commissioners of Sri Lanka to India, in its chancery building today (15). 

The High Commissioners’ Gallery features photographs of all the Representatives and High Commissioners of Sri Lanka to India who have served since 1942 commencing from Sir. D.B. Jayatilaka. A corridor in the chancery building, which has hitherto been underutilized has been converted in to the Gallery.

The Gallery was declared open at a simple ceremony by three of the longest serving members of the local staff of the High Commission: Deepak Nathani, Renu Sharma and Pradeep Das, in the presence of the High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to India Milinda Moragoda.

This space will be used as a reception area and a meeting room.

High Commission of Sri Lanka
New Delhi
15 September 2022
 
Sri Lanka participates in the EXIM Bazaar PDF Print option in slimbox / lytebox? (info) E-mail
Wednesday, 07 September 2022 00:00

EXIM Bazaar 2022, an exhibition featuring traditional and contemporary art and craft organized by the Export-Import Bank of India was held from 03 to 06 September 2022 in New Delhi.

The exhibition, which was held at Delhi’s National Crafts Museum & Hastkala Academy, showcased products of seventy-five artisans from more than twenty States of India and neighbouring countries including Sri Lanka. 

A six-member group comprising three artisans and their assistants from Sri Lanka participated in the exhibition. Traditional jewelry, masks, batik and other handicrafts were showcased in the Sri Lankan pavilion at the Bazaar.

The High Commission of Sri Lanka in New Delhi coordinated their participation with the assistance of the National Crafts Council of Sri Lanka.

High Commission of Sri Lanka
New Delhi
07 September 2022



 


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