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Lanka Japan Friendship Society elects new ExCo

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The Lanka Japan Friendship Society recently held its Annual General Meeting and elected the 2018/2019 Executive Committee.  Seated:  ExCo Sunitha Wijepala, ExCo W. I. Gunawardena, Secretary Ravi Karunaratne, Vice President Dr. Vijaya Corea, Vice President Merrick Gooneratne, Vice Patron Daya Weththasinghe, Deputy Ambassador Koji Yagi, President Rajah Sinnathuray, Vice President Sumana D. Liyanage, Vice Patron Lalitha Rajapaksa, Vice President Upali S. Jayasekera, Treasurer W.H.Rukshan Perera, ExCo Tony Saldin and ExCo Janneth Ismail.

Standing from left: ExCo Himani Wijemanne, ExCo Vinnie Gunaratne, Kiyotaka Tanaka, ExCo Harindra Rodrigo, ExCo Dr. P. H. P. De Silva, ExCo Mahendra De Vaz, ExCo Shelly Thenuwara, and ExCo Manoranjan Wijebahu.

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