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Representatives of Commonwealth Games Federation call on President

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The representatives of the Commonwealth Games Federation who arrived in Sri Lanka to participate in its Executive Board Meeting held from 4 to 6 October met President Maithripala Sirisena on Thursday at the President’s Official Residence. The executive Board gathered to arrange the activities of the Commonwealth Games to be held in Australia next year. The Commonwealth Games Flame will be kept in Sri Lanka from 12 to 16 October. The representatives officially announced it to the President at this occasion. President of Commonwealth Games Federation Louise Livingstone MARTIN and the Regional vice President Hemasiri Fernando were among those participated in this occasion 

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