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The European Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (ECCSL) strongly condemns the attacks that took place on 21 April at several religious and commercial establishments in Sri Lanka. 

ECCSL said it extended its deepest condolences to the victims, their families and the communities affected by this tragedy, and stands in solidarity with the citizens of Sri Lanka during this difficult time. 

ECCSL urged all relevant authorities bring the perpetrators to justice in a swift manner while respecting the rule of law. 

“We urge all Sri Lankans to stand united, and not be misled by unverified information and reports; further we call upon all citizens to act responsibly and assist the authorities to restore normalcy throughout the country. We recognise our member companies for operating throughout this period, and are grateful for the messages of concern and sympathy received from our partners at this tragic time,” it added


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