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JASTECA Executive Committee 2016/2017

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JASTECA-AGMSeated from left: B.R.L. Fernando (Trustee), Ramya Ranaweera (Hony. Treasurer), Mangala Samarajeewa (General Secretary), Athulla R.F. Edirisinghe (Immediate Past President), Nihal Seneviratne (President), Kenichi Suganuma (The Ambassador of Japan in Sri Lanka), Dayasiri Warnakulasooriya (Vice Patron), G. Kulatilake (Vice Patron), Lal De Alwis (Vice Patron), Tilak De Zoysa (Vice Patron)2nd row from left: Ranjit Jayewardene(Trustee), Mahinda Saranapala(Trustee), Daminda Mulgama (Committee Member), Sunil Ratnayake (Assistant Secretary), Gamini Marambe (Vice President), Nimal Perera (Vice President), Chandana Amaratunga (Vice President), Jithendra Gunatilake (Hony. Assistant Treasurer), Kumari Hapugalle Perera (Committee Member), Nishan Fernando (Committee Member), Premalal Fernando (Trustee)  

The 30th Annual General Meeting of Japan Sri Lanka Technical and Cultural Association (JASTECA) was held on Friday 13 May at Sasakawa Memorial Sri Lanka Japan Cultural Centre. Ambassador for Japan Kenichi Suganuma was the Chief Guest.

Patron: Ambassador of Japan in Sri Lanka

President: Nihal Seneviratne

Immediate Past President: Athulla R.F. Edirisinghe

Vice Patrons: Dayasiri Warnakulasooriya, G. Kulatilake, C.L. de Alwis, Tilak de Zoysa

Vice Presidents: Nimal Perera, Gamini Marambe, Chandana Amaratunga

General Secretary: Mangala Samarajeewa

Hony. Treasurer: Ramya Ranaweera

Asst. Secretary: Sunil Ratnayake

Hony. Asst. Treasurer: Jithendra Gunatilake

Committee Members: Nishan Fernando, Nirosh De Silva, Kumari Hapugalle Perera, 

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