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Poster campaign launched for tourists by Tourist Police Division


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The poster was ceremoniously launched at the Fort Railway Station last week by the Consular Regional Director of British High Commission Helan Gate and Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority Chairman Kishu

 

  • Initiative with the assistance of British High Commission in Sri Lanka 

 

A poster campaign aiming to create awareness on how to be cautious while traveling across the island and important contact details in an emergency situation was launched by Tourist Police Division, Colombo with the assistance of the British High Commission in Sri Lanka.

The campaign will cover nearly 45 identified railway stations, main bus stops, Bandaranaike International Airport and popular tourist destinations across the country.  

The poster was ceremoniously launched at the Fort Railway Station last week by the Consular Regional Director of British High Commission Helan Gate and Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority Chairman Kishu Gomes. 

DIG Crime, Organised Crime and Legal Kamal Silva, Director Police Tourist Division J.S. Weeresekara, OIC Police Tourist Division, CI Prabath Vidanagama, Officials of SLTDA and Police Tourist Division were among the attendees.


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