Dr Chris Nonis, High Commissioner for Sri Lanka to the UK, meets Prime Minister of Pakistan, HE Nawaz Sharif, in London
Posted on May 9th, 2014

Sri Lanka High Commission London

DrCN with Pakistan PM

Sri Lankan High Commissioner to the UK, Dr Chris Nonis, met the Prime Minister of Pakistan, HE Nawaz Sharif, during his visit to London. Dr Nonis articulated the strong and longstanding friendship and  cooperation that exists between the two countries, and the value of the comprehensive bilateral Free Trade Agreement. HE Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reaffirming his strong bond of friendship, spoke about his meeting with HE President Mahinda Rajapaksa during his visit to Sri Lanka for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting  2013, chaired by  President Rajapaksa.



3 Responses to “Dr Chris Nonis, High Commissioner for Sri Lanka to the UK, meets Prime Minister of Pakistan, HE Nawaz Sharif, in London”

  1. Mr. Bernard Wijeyasingha Says:

    It is important to note that even though Pakistan was and is a strong alley of Sri Lanka she is also coming under heavy pressure from the radical Muslim segment of Pakistan to become a Muslim theocracy. The Pakistani Taliban unlike that of the Afghani Taliban is far more lethal. they are about to achieve control of a nuclearized Muslim nation who has in her arsenal 100 known nuclear bombs and the capacity to deliver them.

    Unlike China Pakistan’s relationship with Sri Lanka has contributed to the rapidly changing demographics of Sri Lanka where domestic Islam has risen by a shocking 300%. Pakistan is the nexus of many Islamic terrorist organizations such as the Pakistani Taliban, the Haqqani network and Al-Qaeda. Pakistan’s capacity to spread radical Islam can be seen in her support of China’s only Muslim province of Xinjiang. Xinjiang is also China’s largest province which has proven natural resources of minerals and oil and gas. Recently China turned down a proposition by Islamabad to build a road from Pakistan to that province.

    Already China is experiencing domestic Islamic terrorism that Beijing blames Pakistan. Recently in India a Sri Lankan Muslim taking orders from Pakistan’s ISI was arrested after he had made 20 visits to India on a fact gathering mission on India’s Visakhapatnam naval base, the US consulate, India’s Kochi harbor and other sensitive places.

    If Pakistan is capable of causing trouble in China, is about to become a terrorist driven theocracy, has agents in Sri Lanka to work against interests in India then Pakistan also has the capability of supporting Islamic radicalism within Sri Lanka

  2. Nanda Says:

    Normal Pakistanis are not extremists , they are very liberal like Syrians, Malaysians, Iraqis and Indonesians. They too are suffering from Jihadist invasions, as you said , “Pakistan is the nexus of many Islamic terrorist organizations “. They are fighting it.

  3. Mr. Bernard Wijeyasingha Says:

    Nanda: Given the normal Pakistan is not an extremist and they are fighting it, the question then is are they winning the battle against the Taliban, Al-Qaeda, the Haqqani network to the ISI?
    Is Pakistan becoming more (Islamic) theocratic or more Democratic.? I ask that question for that would be proof if the Pakistani people are winning their fight or losing it.

    That brings me to Sri Lanka. In Sri Lanka there is a rising battle against the proliferation of Christianity and Islam. but again the question is are those fighting these movements winning or losing?

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