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Foreign Ministry to hold Integrated Consular Mobile Services in Anuradhapura and Puttalam

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be conducting Integrated Consular Mobile Services in Anuradhapura and Puttalam Districts on 17 and 19 August respectively.  This mobile consular service will be conducted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in coordination with the partner organisations from Colombo and the relevant districts.

Through this mobile service which is conducted on the guidance and instructions of Hon. Minister of Foreign Affairs, the people of the Anuradhapura and Puttalam Districts would be able to avail themselves of consular services including, attestation of documents, assistance to the families of Sri Lankans who are stranded and detained abroad, registration of births and deaths occurred overseas, and assistance with regard to compensation-related issues. 

Further, contact information of Sri Lanka Missions overseas and information pertaining to the services provided by those Missions to Sri Lankans living and travelling abroad will also be made available to the public at the mobile service.


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