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Sri Lanka reiterates commitment to a long-lasting reconciliation through a co-sponsored resolution

Sri Lanka today reiterating its commitment to the co-sponsored United Nations resolution for reconciliation sought a further two-year extension to deliver on promises made in the October 2015 resolution. Issuing a joint statement, the Prime Minister's Office and the Foreign Affairs Ministry said Sri Lanka will continue to demonstrate its commitment and determination towards a steady and long-lasting reconciliation process through a co-sponsored resolution, and will seek an extension of the timeline of resolution 30/1 of October 01, 2015, through a co-sponsored roll-over resolution at the ongoing 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council. "This initiative will further attest to Sri Lanka's ownership of the implementation process and to its continued policy of constructive engagement and dialogue with the UN and bilateral partners," the statement said........................

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