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UNA Sri Lanka Executive Chairman at UN International Day

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The United Nations Association of Sri Lanka Executive Chairman Dr. M.M.M. Rushanudeen participated as a Guest of Honour at the commemoration of the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence recently.

It was organised by the Zimbabwe United Nations Association (ZUNA), affiliated with the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) and UNA Sri Lanka. 

Dr. Rushanudeen met with Zimbabwe Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Affairs Acting Director General Nesbert Samasuwo, Minister of Education Can Matema MP, UNIC Senior Representative Tafadzwa Mwale, and UNA Zimbabwe Secretary General Fischer Chiyanike at this meeting. 

Rushanudeen also visited water purification sites in Harare and attended many events and official meetings at Zimbabwe. UNA Sri Lanka Special Life Member Overseas Ahamad Abou Sharker and other UN officials were present at this meeting.


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