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* Retired Major General Vijitha Ravipriya appointed as Director General of Customs
Thu, Feb 20, 2020, 08:23 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Feb 20, Colombo: Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa as Minister of Finance, has appointed retired Major General Vijitha Ravipriya as the Director General of the Sri Lanka Customs Department.

Maj. Gen. Vijitha Ravipriya, a distinguished officer of the Sri Lanka Artillery, has held many positions in his regiment and the Sri Lanka Army during his military service.

Among them are the Director of Training at Army Headquarters, Commander of the 57th Division, Director of the Army Mass Media, Army Media Spokesman, Director General, Chief of Staff and Planning Director. He has also served as the Commander of the Security Forces - Kilinochchi prior to his retirement.

Retired Major General Vijitha Ravipriya is a past pupil of Thurstan College, Colombo.


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