Japan assures support to Sri Lanka at the next UNHRC session

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 - 13:21

The special Japanese envoy on rehabilitation and reconciliation in Sri Lanka Yasushi Akashi who is on a visit to Sri Lanka has assured that Japan will support Sri Lanka at the next Human Rights council session to be held in Geneva in March next year.

He said that these steps will be taken to strengthen Sri Lanka – Japan ties further.

Meanwhile, Akashi also met Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaks yesterday at the Ministry of Defence and Urban Development to discuss several important facts about both the countries.

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