• South Africa to share experience in resolving post conflict issues with Sri Lanka
  • Sri Lanka plans to transition away from fossil fuels, aims to be a carbon neutral country by 2050
  • Sri Lanka plans to transition away from fossil fuels, aims to be a carbon neutral country by 2050
  • All stakeholders should work together to transform global food systems to be more sustainable - President
  • Prime Minister meets party leaders of Sri Lanka ruling alliance
  • Sri Lanka doctors urge parents to vaccinate children against COVID-19 without falling prey to myths and superstitions
  • Sri Lanka President speaks at the UN General Assembly General Debate
  • Sri Lanka, Latvia leaders focus on developing bilateral relations
  • President invites Kuwaiti investors to explore investment opportunities in Sri Lanka
  • Secretary General assures UN’s fullest positive cooperation to Sri Lanka to move forward promoting racial unity
  • Sri Lankan President arrives in New York to attend 76th UNGA Session
  • Sri Lanka President leaves for New York to attend UN General Assembly
  • Sri Lankan government plans to lift nationwide curfew on October 01
  • Sri Lanka extends COVID-19 lockdown until October 01
  • Sri Lanka Foreign Secretary says no need for an external mechanism to solve internal issues of the country
  • Measures to expedite PCR testing at airport to facilitate return of expatriate Sri Lankans and tourist arrivals
  • Sri Lanka’s State Minister of Prisons Lohan Ratwatte resigns over threatening prisoners
  • Sri Lanka committed to achieving tangible progress on the entire range of human rights issues
  • UNHRC Chief urges member states to pay close attention to developments in Sri Lanka on human rights
  • New national policy for education needed for the country is being formulated - Education Minister