Opposition leader meets Tony Blair

4 January 2016 - 260   - 1

Opposition Leader and leader of Tamil National Alliance (TNA) R.Sampanthan today met with the former Prime Minister of England Tony Blair and discussed various things including the implementation of the UN resolution which was co- sponsered by the government last year. 

According to the Party's official twitter handle, it said "their discussion included resettlement, accountability and the implementation of the UN resolution, a political solution, and the return of Tamil people's land, and disappeared persons."


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  • Srivan Tuesday, 5 January 2016 12:27 AM

    Where is the relevance?!!!

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