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India expects Sri Lanka to honor agreement with former Indian Prime Minister

India expects Sri Lanka to honor agreement with former Indian Prime Minister India expects Sri Lanka to honor the 1987 Indo-Lanka agreement reached with the former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, a top Indian diplomat has said. In an exclusive interview with Altaf Ahmad of Khabar South Asia India' External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid describing the relations with Sri Lanka has said that India was assured that the 13th Amendment would provide a solution applicable to all communities. "We were assured that the 13th amendment would give Sri Lankans, Tamils and other ethnicities the right to live with dignity and honor," Khurshid said. When asked whether the Indian government is ready to assist Sri Lanka to calm Sinhalese concerns about a northern Tamil political power base, the Indian Mini...
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