The 3rd Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) held from 4th to 6th December 2017, unanimously approved two important resolutions co-sponsored by Sri Lanka that called upon the global community to reduce toxic pollution sources that impact negatively on the environment, oceans and human health.
All trade unions attached to SriLankan Airlines yesterday expressed their solidarity to the management of the Airline, in supporting the restructuring efforts initiated by the Government under the supervision of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) unit attached to the Ministry of Finance, Sri Lankan Airlines informed today (7th Dec.).
Sri Lanka has continued to receive a number of achievements for its recognition as a compact travel destination across the globe, and received another endorsement recently becoming one of the emerging destinations and one of the most popular global destinations from the key findings of the 2018 Virtuoso Luxe- Australian edition report.
The Monetary Board of Central Bank of Sri Lanka issued a notice of cancellation of the license issued to Central Investments and Finance PLC (CIFL) to carry on activities as a non-banking financial institution.
As a part of the government’s policy to promote Domestic Dairy Production with the participation of youth entrepreneurs the Cabinet of Ministers has decided to start an island-wide program to create 10, 000 youth dairy entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka on the proposal made by President Maithripala Sirisena.
Sri Lanka has called for an urgent review of the composition of the Executive Council of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), to better reflect the geographical distribution, the importance of chemical industry, and the political and security interests of Member States in the contemporary world.