Amunugama hosts lunch for a high-level delegation from Kalinga Lanka Foundation

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Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Sarath Amunugama hosted a lunch on 30 October, soon after assuming duties at the Ministry, for the Founder President of the Kalinga Lanka Foundation and former Foreign Secretary of India, Ambassador Lalit Mansingh and a high level delegation, which included Rajeev Kher, Distinguished Fellow of the Research and Information System for Developing Countries and former Commerce Secretary of India; Retired Ambassador Anup Mudgal and Professor S.D. Muni, Professor Emeritus of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Distinguished Fellow of IDSA and former Ambassador and Special Envoy.The Minister stressed that Sri Lanka’s foreign policy stresses good relations with all countries, in particular countries in Sri Lanka’s own neighbourhood.

The Kalinga Lanka Foundation is a socio-cultural organisation founded by like-minded people from Orissa and Sri Lanka to celebrate the common heritage and strengthen the historical relationship between the peoples of India with particular reference to Orissa, the former Kalinga and peoples of Sri Lanka through multi-dimensional initiatives in art and culture, education, skill development, science and technology, tourism, business and other areas.