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Emir of Qatar and Sri Lankan President holds bilateral consultations - www.news.lk
The Emir of Qatar and Sri Lankan President held bilateral consultations at the Presidential Secretariat. The discussion centered on matters of bilateral significance.
The new Ambassador A.S.P.Liyanage meets the Qatar Foreign Minister.
H.E. Mr. P.D.P.S.A. Liyanage, the newly appointed Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the State of Qatar arrived Doha on 16th of March 2017 and presented open Copies of credentials to H.E. Soltan bin Saad Al Muraikhi State Minister for Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar on 19th March 2017 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Doha.
Mrs. K.H.C. Sankapali, Second Secretary and Head of Chancery, Mr. D. Amanulla, Second Secretary and Mr. D.A.D.R. Danansooriya, Second Secretary were also presented at the ceremony.
Ambassador Liyanage presents credentials Emir of Qatar
Newly appointed Sri Lanka Ambassador to Qatar ,A.S.P.Liyanage is seen presenting his credentials to His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani,the Emir of the State of Qatar on March 27 at the Emir Divan in Doha.
Annual Iftar Programme celebrated at Sri Lanka Embassy in Doha
On 16th of June 2017, the Annual Iftar ceremony was held at the Sri Lankan embassy premises in Qatar. The ceremony commenced at 5.30pm. The Sri Lankan flag was raised by H.E. Mr. A.S.P. Liyanage, Sri Lanka Ambassador to the State of Qatar.
The Sri Lankan national anthem was played in both Sinhalese and Tamil followed by the Qatari national anthem. About 600 people participated in the ceremony.
Celebration of the 69th Independence Day at the Embassy of Sri Lanka, Doha
The 69th Anniversary of Independence Day of Sri Lanka was celebrated on 4th February 2017 at the Embassy premises in Doha with the participation of the Sri Lankan community, Religious representatives, Media personals and the Mission staff and their families.
The celebration commenced with hoisting the National Flag by Mrs. K.H.C. Sankapali, Charge d’ Affaires, followed by the singing of the National Anthem in both Sinhala and Tamil Languages. The traditional oil lamp was lit by the Embassy Officials and invitees from the Sri Lankan Community Leaders.