President Mahinda Rajapaksa addressing the 16th Non-Aligned Movement Summit in Tehran yesterday said Sri Lanka will support eradication of all forms of terrorism.
President also stated that Global financial institutions must reflect the changes in the international arena today.
In the face of numerous challenges, not only are many developing countries managing their economies successfully, but global financial power has also been shifting from the industrialised North to the power houses of the South.
President Mahinda Rajapaksa arrived at the Terabad Airport in Iran early yesterday morning.
The President and his delegation were received and accorded a cordial welcome by an Iranian delegation led by Iran's Justice Minister Shaheed Bhaktiar.
During his two day visit to Iran, President Rajapaksa will hold bilateral tells with Iranian President Mahmound Ahmadinejad and several others Heads of State on the sidelines of the summit.
The non aligned movement which included almost two thirds of the UN member states is considered the second largest international organization in the world.
One of its major objectives is to safeguard national in dependence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of nations.