Last update:Mon, 21 Nov 2022

Webinar: "Sustainable Supply Chains and Due Diligence Laws in the Organic Agriculture Sector"

Webinar5 1REGISTER for the 5th of the series of webinars organized by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Germany in collaboration with Export Development Board of Sri Lanka and Import Promotion Desk of Berlin on the topic of " Sustainable Supply Chains and Due Diligence Laws in the Organic Agriculture Sector” scheduled for 24 January 2022 from 1530 Hrs (IST) (1100 Hrs CET) onwards. Please register through link below before 21.01.2022.

Facilitation of Swift Entry for All Arrivals to Sri Lanka

HealthArrivalAs per the latest directive issued on 09 December 2021, by the Director General of Health Services of Sri Lanka all Sri Lankan and Foreign nationals travelling to Sri Lanka will have to complete the online Health Declaration Form prior to their arrival in the country. The facility is introduced with an intention to ensure swift entry for all arrivals. The online Health Declaration Form could be accessed through the link below

Joint Business Forum to Facilitate Sri Lanka’s Sustainable Organic Agriculture Initiative

AgriBusinessForumFollowing the pursuit to support Sri Lanka’s policy to move towards sustainable organic agriculture through enhanced private sector engagement, a virtual Business Forum was recently held on the theme of ‘Sourcing agricultural inputs from Germany to strengthen Sri Lanka’s path towards sustainable and organic agriculture.

Ambassador Manori Unambuwe presents Credentials to the President of the Republic of North Macedonia

AmbPendarovskiHE Manori Unambuwe, the Ambassador of Sri Lanka in Germany presented Letters of Credence to HE Stevo Pendarovski, the President of the Republic of North Macedonia accrediting her as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Sri Lanka to North Macedonia with residence in Berlin on 24 November 2021 at a ceremony held at the Office of the President in Skopje.

Germany donates 300,000 Rapid Antigen Test Kits

DonationBWMinistry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration of the German State of Baden-Württemberg donated a consignment of 300,000 German manufactured Rapid Antigen Test Kits to support Sri Lanka’s efforts to contain COVID-19. The consignment valued at approx Sri Lanka Rs.300 million will be used in hospitals islandwide.