Weeratunga extradition bill tops US$ 300,000

28 May 2018 - 285   - 0

With Sri Lanka having an ineffective diplomatic mission in the United Arab Emirates, the Government has been compelled to use the services of a law firm to deal with matters relating to a most wanted person – Udayanga Weeratunga, former Ambassador to Russia.
Legal sources say that so far the Government has incurred more than US$ 300,000 as fees (Rs. 47 million) for the firm as efforts to seek the extradition of Mr. Weeratunga to Colombo continue.

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