The flow of 1.5 million dollars to alleged agents of the LTTE through payments made to supply companies contracted by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, has been exposed, as payments to “ghost companies”.
These monies were for farming and agricultural support in the North & East of Sri Lanka
A leaked UN email suggests that UN money went to LTTE.
Last May, it was exposed how United Nations funds were paid to three Sri Lankan companies which were physically not contactable.
The FAO in Sri Lanka purchased project deliveries for the Northern and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka to a value exceeding 1.5 million dollars from three suppliers, namely, Dev Trades, A. F. Associates and YCO Farm.
These suppliers could not be found at their given registered addresses.