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Last update:Wed, 12 May 2021

Amidst COVID-19 President envisions a robust new economy

PrezSL• Returning to normalcy without compromising safety
• Ministries entrusted to create a new economic vision
• Recommencing stalled development projects

Meeting with the secretaries to ministries yesterday (15) at the Presidential Secretariat, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa discussed rebuilding the economy in the face of the current challenges.


Foreign Ministry and Foreign Employment Bureau team up to step up efforts to assist Sri Lankans in the Middle East

MiddleEast1Sri Lanka Missions in the Middle East have reported that the welfare measures for migrant workers in the Middle East have received an added boost this week following the decision by the Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment (SLBFE) to make available resources from the Worker’s Welfare Fund, originally confined to those registered with the Bureau, to all migrant workers irrespective of their registration status, to units within Sri Lanka Missions abroad in 16 stations. This is in addition to funds already allocated by the Foreign Ministry and services provided by missions in collaborations with local Sri Lankan associations and religious establishments across the world in 67 cities.

New Year Message

PrezSLI wish the Sinhala and Tamil New Year festival, which is the most splendid cultural extravaganza of the nation, to be a peaceful, a joyful, a prosperous as well as a healthy period for every citizen of our country.

Easter Message

PrezSLThe Christian community of Sri Lanka, together with their brethren all over the world, celebrates Easter, the commemoration day of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, with utmost devotion.

Online Portal for Sri Lankans

OnlinePortalThe Embassy of Sri Lanka in Germany invites all Sri Lankan expatriates including students in Germany, Switzerland, Croatia, Northern Macedonia and Montenegro and all Sri Lankan nationals, who are currently in Germany, Switzerland, Croatia, Northern Macedonia and Montenegro with short-term visa, who are unable to return to Sri Lanka due to the current travel restrictions, to register voluntarily with the Embassy.