Conference on the conflict in Sri Lanka and the international response
The conference on the Sri Lankan situation and the role of the international community was arranged by CMI, in cooperation with the All Parties Solidarity Group for Sri Lanka and sponsored by the Norwegain Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The conference was organised to support the quest and ongoing work for peace in Sri Lanka and to develop recommendations for a more consistent, coherent and effective international response. A report from the conference with the statement of the co-chairmen was published by CMI.
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