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Maldives President Dr. Mohamad Waheed’s special envoy, Mohamad Vahidudeen who arrived in Sri Lanka yesterday with a special message, met President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees. Here Vahidudeen during his meeting with the President where the special message was presented -

Pic by Sudath Silva


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