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Update on Foreign National Casualties at Explosions in Sri Lanka


As at Monday 22nd April 2019 7.00 pm, the number of foreign nationals who have been identified as killed is 31. The fatalities are: one (01) from Bangladesh, two (02) from China, eight (08) from India, one (01) from France, one (01) from Japan, one (01) from The Netherlands, one (01) from Portugal, two (02) from Saudi Arabia, one (01) from Spain, two (02) from Turkey, six (06) from the UK, two (02) holding US and UK nationalities, and two (02) holding Australian and Sri Lankan nationalities.
 

Additionally, 14 foreign nationals are unaccounted for at present, and could be among the unidentified victims at the Colombo Judicial Medical Officer’s mortuary.
 

Seventeen (17) foreign nationals injured in the attacks are receiving treatment at the Colombo National Hospital and a private hospital in Colombo while others have been treated and discharged.
 

The Foreign Ministry continues to be in close contact with the relevant hospital authorities to identify the remaining victims. The Ministry will continue to monitor the welfare of the foreign nationals receiving treatment.
 

An emergency hotline to assist families of the affected foreign nationals is operational at +94 112323015.
 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Colombo

 

22 April 2019


 

Tomorrow is Day of National Mourning



President Maithripala Sirisena announced the declaration of 23rd April as the Day of National Mourning for the victims of ruthless terrorist attacks at churches and hotels in the country on April 21.



Eeven Foreign Nationals bee Identified as Deceased



Following the explosions that took place in Colombo, Negombo and Batticaloa, earlier today, the number of foreign nationals who have been identified as deceased at the National Hospital in Colombo stands at eleven.  The fatalities are: three (03) from India, one (01) from Portugal, two (02) from Turkey, three (03) from the UK, and two (02) holding US and UK nationalities.
 

Additionally, while nine foreign nationals are reported missing, there are twenty five unidentified bodies believed to be of foreigners at the Colombo Judicial Medical Officer’s mortuary. Read More



Embassy of Sri Lanka in Beijing wishes All Sri Lankan a Happy Sinhala & Tamil New Year…!






Embassy of Sri Lanka in Beijing commemorates the National Thripitaka Week
  

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Beijing, in collaboration with Buddhist Association of China organised a Dhamma Sermon and a Dhamma Discussion with Most Ven. Dr. Medagama Dhammananda Thero, Chief Lekakadikari of the Asgiri Chapter of Siam Maha Nikaya of Sri Lanka, Adviser of the Executive Board of Shasanarakshaka of the Ministry of Buddhasasana as well as the Vice President of the World Fellowship of Buddhists.

      

The Chinese Buddhist scholar, Ven. Dr. Yuan Ci Thero, Executive Member of International Council of Day of Vesak and Director of the Buddhist Association of China also attended as one of the guests. This event was held at the Embassy premises on 22nd March 2019 to celebrate the Tripitaka Week initiated by the President with the participation of Chinese Buddhists and Sri Lankans.
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China to Enhance Cooperation with Sri Lanka in the Field of Agriculture

 

Vice Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China Dr. Qu Dongyu met with the Ambassador of Sri Lanka in Beijing Dr. Karunasena Kodituwakku on 07 March 2019 with a view to enhancing cooperation with Sri Lanka in the field of Agriculture.

 

 

 

The Vice Minister appreciated the uninterrupted friendship between Sri Lanka and China and stated that the Rubber-Rice pact was the milestone, which paved way for the flourishing Sri Lanka – China relations. Read More



 

The Sri Lanka Embassy in Beijing commemorates 71st Anniversary of Independence

The 71st Anniversary of the Independence of Sri Lanka was celebrated at the premises of the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Beijing on Monday 04 February 2019 with the participation of the Sri Lankan community in China, a team of officials from the Chinese Foreign Ministry, Venerable Buddhist monks from Lingguan Temple in Beijing and other priests.

    

The Representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in China Mr. Sivanka Dhanapala and Mr. Devanand Ramiah, Deputy Country Director of UNDP in China also participated in the event. Read More

 


 


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