Many Sri Lankan embassies in the European countries to be closed down
The government has decided to close down  many Sri Lankan embassies, maintained in the European countries. This decision was taken by the government,with the intention of making a significant change in the foreign service, after the Geneva Human Rights Convention.
The Sri Lankan embassies in the European countries  which were unable to perform a methodological service to the development of the diplomatic rapports with Sri Lanka are due to be closed down.
However, Sri Lankan embassies in several European countries including U.K. and France will be further activated, while the embassies in Poland, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands and Austria will be closed down.
Reports also says that, instead of the embassies removed from the above European countries, the government is intending to open new embassies in South Africa, Latin America, and many other friendly Asian countries. 
 

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