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Foreign Ministry Sabry holds discussion with USIP

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Colombo (LNW): On September 30, Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Ali Sabry engaged in a thoughtful discussion with the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) at its main office in Washington DC. The event was organised by Sri Lankan Ambassador to Washington DC Mahinda Samarasinghe. Lisa Grande, Chief Executive of the USIP, greeted the Minister upon his arrival, and the discussion was facilitated by Taman Gali, Director of South Asia Programmes. Afrin Akhtar, Deputy Assistant Secretary for South Asia and Office of Defence and International Affairs, spoke about the 75-year-long relationship between the two nations. Minister Sabry provided insights into Sri Lanka’s present socio-political and economic landscape, as well as its future aspirations. He also addressed queries from the attendees, and underscored Sri Lanka’s keen interest in strengthening ties with the US. “A pleasure to be hosted by USIP for a discussion commemorating 75 years of U.S.-Sri Lanka bilateral ties in Washington DC. The discussion touched on a range of key topics which was followed by a interactive session with the audience,” Sabry wrote on X. The United States Institute of Peace (USIP) is an American federal institution tasked with promoting conflict resolution and prevention worldwide. It provides research, analysis, and training to individuals in diplomacy, mediation, and other peace-building measures.
Foreign Ministry Sabry holds discussion with USIP
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