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NTB continues commitment to environmental education through Wildlife and Nature Protection Society


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The official handover of the first copy of the Loris Magazine’s 28th volume was presented to Nations Trust Bank DGM – Legal, Company Secretary and Head of CSR Theja Silva by Wildlife and Nature Protection Society (WNPS) President Rukshan Jayewardene, in the presence of Vidya Abhayagunawardena (WNPS – extreme left) and Adheesha Perera (Nations Trust Bank – extreme right) at the first public lecture for the year.

 


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