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German Ambassador visits CINEC Campus


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German Ambassador to Sri Lanka and the Maldives Jörn Rohde received a warm welcome from Captain Ajith Peiris, Chairman/President of CINEC, Dr. Parakrama Dissanayake and the senior management of CINEC when he visited the campus recently. 

Ambassador Rohde was accompanied by Aitken Spence Chairman Harry Jayawardana, Dr. Karsten Feuerriegel, Senior Advisor at GIZ, Vocational Training in the North and East of Sri Lanka and Andreas Hergenröther, Delegate of German Industry and Commerce to Sri Lanka.During this visit, the discussions focused on opportunities for closer cooperation with CINEC in the field of vocational education and training in Sri Lanka. 

CINEC has also long ago successfully established  business links to Germany with having on board renowned German companies  Komrowski and Rickmers as important CINEC shareholders. 

The Ambassador visited the simulators, workshops, ship in Campus, Lear Jet and other facilities of the CINEC Campus during this visit.


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