International Probe into Human Rights is not a Possibility-President

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President Mahinda Rajapaksa has once again reiterated that there is no possibility of a

an international probe into alleged human rights violations during the last phase of the war with the LTTE to take place.

 

However he informed the visiting Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Seiji Kihara who recently visited SRI lanka that Sri Lanka is in the process of implementing all demands made by the sponsors of the UNHRC resolution.

THE president said “Please tell this truth to rest of the world. Except for an international inquiry we are in the process of implementing all other demands made by sponsors of the Resolution.”

according to the president’s office quoted Kihara was in agreement with the President.

 

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“We considered whether the resolution on Sri Lanka moved in the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva would help Sri Lanka. We decided it will not. That is why we abstained when the vote was taken,” Kihara was quoted as saying.

The president has made this statement at a time when the sponsors of the UNHRC resolution are planning how to exert more pressure on the Rajapaksha Government to agree to the resolution moved at the recent UNHRC resolutions moved in Geneeva.

International probe into alleged human rights is not a possibility-President

President Mahinda Rajapaksa has once again reiterated that there is no possibility of a
an international probe into alleged human rights violations during the last phase of the war with the LTTE to take place.

However he informed the visiting Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Seiji Kihara who recently visited SRI lanka that Sri Lanka is in the process of implementing all demands made by the sponsors of the UNHRC resolution.

THE president said “Please tell this truth to rest of the world. Except for an international inquiry we are in the process of implementing all other demands made by sponsors of the Resolution.”

according to the president’s office quoted Kihara was in agreement with the President.
“We considered whether the resolution on Sri Lanka moved in the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva would help Sri Lanka. We decided it will not. That is why we abstained when the vote was taken,” Kihara was quoted as saying.

The president has made this statement at a time when the sponsors of the UNHRC resolution are planning how to exert more pressure on the Rajapaksha Government to agree to the resolution moved at the recent UNHRC resolutions moved in Geneva.

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