Mar 19, 2009

Srilanka Allows EU envoys to visit North war zone

Few days ago UN said that suspected war crimes war crimes were being committed in the fight against LTTE. (an unfair statement in our views)
Foreign ministry officials said talks were under way to give a European Union fact-finding mission access to the area, which has been almost totally off-limits to diplomats, aid workers and journalists. According to Srilanka Government EU officials may allow to visit camps that the Sri Lankan government has set up for civilians displaced in north.
EU External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner said she hoped another mission from member nations and the European Commission would be able to visit Sri Lanka soon for an assessment.Neither LTTE nor the Sri Lankan government have until now accepted our appeal for an immediate ceasefire,” she said.

For past few days more than 1500 civilians have fled from the government declared security zone to Government controlled areas though LTTE killing civilians who escaped from their lands.

We have nothing to hide from international community said Srilanka government, and not restricted the access to war zone.

Srilanka Government have already done what they want to do. and only a very small area they have to capture and liberalize the north region. As srilankans living in srilanka we can say Srilankan government doing the war in most fairly way as compared to other countries who committed to war.


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