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FITIS condemns terror attacks


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The Federation of Information Technology Industry Sri Lanka (FITIS), as the apex body of the ICT industry in the country, strongly condemns the attacks that took place across the country on Sunday, which killed over 300 innocent people, and injured hundreds more and also resulted in a substantial damage to the properties and the economy.

“FITIS expresses our deepest condolences to the families of the victims and all those affected. During this tragic time and in this hour of need, FITIS extends its fullest support to the Government of Sri Lanka to ensure the law and order and to investigate and bring the perpetrators before the law,” FITIS added in a statement.


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