The Foreign Ministry regrets the adoption of a resolution on Sri Lanka in the European Parliament on 10 June 2021. The resolution entitled “The Situation in Sri Lanka, in particular the arrests under the Prevention of Terrorism Act”, contains factual inaccuracies, and does not take cognizance of the multifaceted progress made by Sri Lanka in reconciliation and development.
During a virtual discussion organized by the Institute of National Security Studies (INSS) under the theme of ‘Enhancing of Urban Security and Safety of the Port City’, the tri-forces experts participated have stressed on the necessity of conducting a comprehensive threat analysis and creating a national policy for the same, the INSS said in a press release today (June 12).
A press release issued by Institute of National Security Studies (INSS) pertaining to the discussion recently held at the Defence Ministry on the new security dimensions on extremism in Sri Lanka is as follows:
A press release issued by Institute of National Security Studies (INSS) pertaining to the Public Lecture on "Impact of Port City to National Security of Sri Lanka" is as follows:
A panel discussion titled ‘Sri Lanka’s Children as Instrument of War’ was held under the aegis of the Institute of National Security Studies (INSS) at the Foreign Ministry recently.