Meanwhile Russian Deputy Speaker Serji Slesonjak said that his country will further assist Sri Lanka in its effort to face challenges posed by the international elements.
The Russian Deputy Speaker expressed his country’s stand on Sri Lanka when he met Sri Lankan Deputy Speaker Chandima Weerakkody in the parliament complex today.
He also said that the opinion of certain countries on Sri Lanka is not correct at all times as a reconciliation process of its own is being operated in the island.
The Russian Deputy Speaker stressed that Sri Lanka should be allowed to take its own decisions on the reconciliation process.
Views on the Geneva Human Rights sessions were expressed during a UNP media briefing held in Colombo today.
UNP MP Lakshman Kiri Ella said that the government should keep its word as it promised to the International community.
Addressing a public gathering in Panduwasnuwara yesterday, Health Minister Maithreepala Sirisena said that those who hated our country in the past have started again to make enmity against us.