President Maithripala Sirisena has left for London to take part in the Anti-Corruption Summit 2016. President Sirisena will address the summit today.
The Anti-Corruption Summit will be held today under the patronage of British Prime Minister David Cameron.
President left to London yesterday and was received at the Heathrow Airport by Queen’s special representative Bruce Holder, who is the Deputy Lieutenant to Queen Elizabeth and Kathryn Colvin, Special Representative of the Ministry of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and the officials of the Sri Lanka High Commission.
The invitation to attend the summit was extended by the British Prime Minister when he met him at CHOGM, held in Malta last January.
The President will hold bilateral discussions with Cameron during this visit.