Kenya answers British PM who demanded an investigation on Sri Lanka

Monday, 18 November 2013 - 12:51

Kenyan Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Amina Mohamed said that no country can import stability from outside, and there will be nothing better than homegrown solutions to a country's own problems.


Mohamed made the remarks when she was asked to comment British Prime Minister David Cameron's ultimatum against Sri lanka if Sri Lanka does not address human rights issue

Mohamed said she was impressed by Sri Lanka's fast development, and held an optimistic view about Sri Lanka's future, adding that she believes that the South Asian island country will move forward in a right direction.

While the Sri Lankan government has so far given the impression that it does not take offence to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh skipping the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa said that he was disappointed with Dr. Singh’s absence.

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