Sri Lanka Embassy in U.S. wants dialogue with Lankan groups
[b]Sri Lanka Embassy in U.S. wants dialogue with Lankan groups[/b]
Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune
[b]Washington, D.C. 24 March (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Sri Lanka Embassy in Washington, D.C. in the United States is now inviting all Sri Lankan associations, spread in this country, all professionals, academics and others to contact it to open a dialogue with the Sri Lankan Diaspora living in the United States and maintain contacts.
The Deputy Chief of Mission Ravinatha Ariyasinha told Asian Tribune that it is important to get the message out to the larger Sri Lankan Diaspora domiciled in this country for mutual benefit.
It is understood that the "Reaching Out" program will help the Mission to get a feed back from the Sri Lankan Diaspora who maintain contacts with American policy and lawmakers at all levels of the American polity to make Sri Lanka Mission’s public diplomacy program more effective and its trade, investment, cultural and educational endeavors more meaningful while opening a dialogue, strengthen and maintain the long overdue contacts with Sri Lankans of all walks of life in north America.