Sri Lankan diplomat says rights criticism a ‘proxy propaganda war’
Posted on November 14th, 2013

By Susannah Cullinane, CNN

(CNN) — Sri Lanka’s high commissioner to Britain has blamed criticism of his country’s human rights record on a “proxy propaganda war” being carried out by those who funded the nation’s “terrorist conflict.”

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5 Responses to “Sri Lankan diplomat says rights criticism a ‘proxy propaganda war’”

  1. Nanda Says:

    How nice if Chris mentioned India is the countries that created LTTE by training and arming terrorists and Canada is the country that funded terrorism.
    It is an overall excellent performance but WE MUST EXPOSE INDIA FULLY NOW ! Or NEVER.

  2. Ananda-USA Says:

    Foreign Ministers of Sri Lanka and Australia discuss curbing illegal migration

    ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

    Nov 14, Colombo: Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and her Sri Lankan counterpart Prof G. L. Peiris held a discussion on the sidelines of the CHOGM Foreign Ministers, the External Affairs Ministry said in a statement Thursday.

    The two foreign ministers had productive discussion to find solutions to curb irregular maritime arrivals to Australia, the External Affairs Ministry said.

    Australian Minister and the Sri Lankan Minister have agreed to cooperate on the Australian initiative “Operation Sovereign Borders”.

    Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has reemphasized Australia’s gratitude for the proactive stance taken by Sri Lanka to effectively address the humanitarian challenge of illegal migration.

    Minister Peiris has expressed appreciation for Australian government’s positive engagement with Sri Lanka and the support and encouragement extended to Sri Lanka to host the Commonwealth Meeting.

    The two ministers also discussed the optimum utilizing of AusAid for the socio-economic development of the country and further encouraging investor confidence in carving out a mutually beneficial partnership.

    Australian Foreign Minister has also briefed Prof Peiris on the new Colombo Plan which is expected to strengthen involvement in the Asia Pacific region in the field of education.

    Aussie Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s visit for the Commonwealth Summit in Colombo was highlighted as a re-assuring factor in shaping the course for future Australia – Sri Lanka relations, the Ministry said in a statement.

    The Sri Lankan and Australian High Commissioners and the Senior Officials of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs were present at the meeting.

  3. Nanda Says:

    Well spoken Mr. President at ChuGiam.

    He said “Find one’s own faults before finding faults of others”

  4. helaya Says:

    Well said Mr. Ambassador. I agree with Nanda. He must have blasted India and Canada and have fully exposed their ulterior motive for not attending the summit.

  5. Ananda-USA Says:

    Bravo! Chris Nonis did an excellent job of debating and defending Sri Lanka against an OVERLY aggressive interviewer.

    Chris Nonis is urbane and articulate. Whats more, he thinks on his feet, foiling attackers and pushing them onto the defensive. We need people like that!

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