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Adventure Motorcycle Journey to spread Peace commences from Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

Motorbike3 webSri Lanka Ambassador Karunatilaka Amunugama has flagged off a motorcycle journey led by Feros Omar of Brandix Lanka Ltd from Brandenburg Gate, Berlin to Battaramulla, Colombo this morning. Feros Omar is accompanied by his wife Amina Omar as pillion rider.

The other Sri Lankan riders are Major Nalaka Buddhadasa, former Sri Lankan Army Major currently employed in the private sector, and Captain Kshmendra Weeratunga, a senior Captain and Flight Instructor of National Carrier Sri Lankan Air Lines. Foreign Riders are Nicholas Wilkinson, a British national, and Stephan Pietro, a German national, who is keen on motorcycle riding and co-founder of the former Ducati Berlin agent.

Ambassador Karunatilaka Amunugama launches bus advertisement campaign for Sri Lanka Tourism

DSC 0631Under the guidance of Ministry of Economic Development, Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau has launched an International Tourism Promotional campaign in order to increase awareness of destination Sri Lanka in countries around the world including Germany.

After having launched the promotion campaign with 75 branded taxis in Berlin, Ambassador Amunugama launched a new advertisement campaign on buses in Berlin on 8 September 2014. Six buses of Berlin's bus transport company BVG were branded with advertisements of Sri Lanka Tourism.

Ambassador Karunatilaka Amunugama pays Courtesy Calls on Senior Officials of the Federal Foreign Office

AntrittAmunugama1The newly arrived Sri Lankan Ambassador Karunatilaka Amunugama has recently paid courtesy calls on the Minister / Deputy Chief of Protocol, Ambassador Konrad Arz von Straussenburg, the Director General for Asia and Pacific Affairs, Ambassador Peter Prügel, the Chief of Staff and the Head of the Minister's office, Ambassador Jens Plötner, the Head of the South Asia Division, Heike Dettmann, and the Desk Officer of the South Asia Division, Fabian Richter, at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.

Sri Lanka Embassy in Berlin showcased the distinctive diversity, compactness and the rich cultural heritage of Sri Lanka and promoted Sri Lankan Tea on 31st August 2014

Image01 webThe Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin showcased the distinctive diversity, compactness and the rich cultural heritage of Sri Lanka and promoted Sri Lanka as a destination for tourism, trade and investment at the event ''Open Day'' under the slogan of ''Future Charter – One World, One Responsibility'' organised by the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) of Germany on 31st August 2014.