TNA to meet state leaders during CHOGAM.

Tuesday, 15 October 2013 - 8:02


The TNA says that the Sri Lankan Government’s attention should be drawn on statements made by leaders of certain States with regard to non-participation at the Commonwealth Heads of government Meeting.


Making a statement TNA MP M. Sumanthiran said that his party was pleased that Canada was not participating in the conference.


TNA MP M. Sumanthiran said that he hoped to hold discussions on problems that the Tamil Community faces with heads of governments attending the conference.

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