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Friday, June 21, 2024

‘A Vision for a new Sri Lanka’ book launched

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The launch ceremony of  Factum Foreign Policy Review: A Vision for a new Sri Lanka written by Mr. Uditha Devapriya, held yesterday (19) at  Lakshman Kadiragamer Institute in Colombo.

The author, Mr. Uditha Devapriya, presented a copy of the book to Mr. Sagala Ratnayake, the President’s Senior Advisor on National Security and Presidential Chief of Staff. 

Acting Foreign Minister Taraka Balasuriya, Opposition Leader Sajith Premadasa, Former President Maithripala Sirisena, Member of Parliament Patali Champika Ranawaka, Member of Parliament Gayantha Karunathilaka, Former Minister Ravi Karunanayake, Former Minister Sarath Amunugama, Uruvarige Vannila Atto, Factum’s Director and Advisor Dr. Ranga Kalansuriya and a group of foreign ambassadors graced this event with their presence.


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