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Zeid To Visit Former War Zones In North

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein will visit the North during his visit to Sri Lanka which begins on Saturday, February 6, UN sources said.

Zeid is expected to visit former war battered areas in the North and meet families who were directly affected by the conflict.

UN sources said that the High Commissioner will be in Sri Lanka till Tuesday, February 9 and will hold a press conference at the end of his visit.

The government will brief Zeid during his visit on the progress in implementing the UN resolution on Sri Lanka. (ER)


4 Comments for “Zeid To Visit Former War Zones In North”

  1. Lanka Watch

    The UN high comm. Zeid’s visit to war battered areas in N/E is a welcome news and it is a blessing for the Tamils that old Wiggie, CM, NPC, who fears no one ,will also meet the High comm. and update him on exactly how North is suffering, after math of the War. As long as Wiggie is there, no one will try to pull the wool over the eyes of the high comm. He should be shown the number of army camps
    operating in N/E during peace time and the state of some of the lands and roofless
    & damaged houses handed back to the owners without compensation and not the schools,(Built with public donations) , paved roadways and the stadiums, which are not the necessities.

  2. Psycho

    A Prince’s shit is better than a meenachis fart.

  3. daggy

    Visiting the war zone sans a war.
    Hidden agenda has no end in sight.

    What Zied is not aware is that in Sri Lanka war zones karma strikes those people visiting there with a foul agenda.

    Cameron went to the North and battered GOSL and up todate to experience any peaceof mind.
    The EU punched him and now the weather (henry) is kicking him.

  4. ari

    How about visiting the South and meeting people who were also directly effected by the war like terrorist suicide bomb blasts.

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