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Sri Lanka at UN World Tourism Day

Sri Lanka was represented at the "Towards a Carbon Clean Sri Lanka; A Tourism Earth Lung" initiative held in Lima, Peru recently. Picture shows from left -- Antonio Brack Egg, Minister of Environment of Peru and globally known environmental activist, Geoffrey Lipman, Assistant Secretary General of the UNWTO, Renton de Alwis, Chairman of Sri Lanka Tourism, Ms. Mercedes Araoz, Minister of Tourism and Foreign Trade of Peru and Taleb Rifai, Deputy Secretary General of UNWTO.

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