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Pathfinder and JAAFSL joint seminar on US Foreign Policy in Asia and implications for Sri Lanka


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Senior Director (India and South Asia) of McLarty Associates based in Washington D.C. and former US Ambassador to Sri Lanka Robert O. Blake Jr. will be delivering a speech at the Pathfinder Foundation (PF) – Joint Apparel Association Forum of Sri Lanka (JAAFSL), second in the series of seminars to be held tomorrow at 2.15 p.m.  The theme of Robert O. Blake’s presentation is ‘Update from Washington: US Foreign Policy towards China and South Asia and what it means for Sri Lanka’. With a wide experience in US diplomacy and on South Asian political, economic and strategic developments, Blake’s analysis will enlighten the audience on topical issues.  The seminar will be co-chaired by JAAFSL Chairman Sharad Amalean and Chairman PF Bernard Goonetilleke, representing two different disciplines.  Participation at this seminar will strictly be on invitation basis. Those interested please contact, 

Mekhala (JAAFSL) – info@jaafsl.com/11 4528 494 

Yasalani (PF) – pm@pathfinderfoundation.org/11 4529 950/53.


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