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COYLE condemns terrorist attacks and expresses condolences to the victims


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The Chamber of Young Lankan Entrepreneurs (COYLE) in a statement yesterday unequivocally condemned the recent terrorist attacks on churches and hotels in our motherland. 

“We wish to express our heartfelt condolences to the families affected by the death of their loved ones, and wish a speedy recovery to those who have been injured in the attacks. 

We know that words of condolence will not suffice for the irrecoverable loss and injury at these tragic bombings in Sri Lanka. We are shocked at these terrorist attacks that claimed invaluable lives of innocent people and injured many more. Our heartfelt wish is that the bereaved families of the departed souls be strengthened and receive courage to face life and the future. 

We strongly urge the Government to take speedy action to investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice, and to take necessary steps to prevent any future risks to our people and country. It is essential that we as Sri Lankans, stand united and act responsibly in assisting the Government and law enforcing agencies to carry out their duty in bringing justice to the citizens of our country,” COYLE said.


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