Last update:Mon, 21 Nov 2022

Ambassador Unambuwe meets Ramsauer

AmbRamsauerAmbassador Manori Unambuwe held a fruitful meeting with Dr. Peter Ramsauer, Member of Parliament and member of Bundestag Foreign Committee, responsible for Sri Lanka. During the meeting, the Ambassador shared insights on the evolving situation in Sri Lanka and was pleased to receive assurances of continued bilateral support from Germany.

CALLING OF QUOTATION - Heavy Baggage May 2022

ContainerThe Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin is hereby calling quotations from the forwarding companies for the heavy baggage of one of the Home Based officers of this Embassy, to be transported from her residence in Berlin-Lichterfelde to the port of Colombo, Sri Lanka. The quotation should include charges in relation to packing, insurance and transportation of the heavy baggage for a 20 feet container.

Happy Sinhala and Tamil New Year Day!

2 1 1Best Wishes from the Ambassador and the Staff of the Embassy

The Embassy of Sri Lanka will be closed from Thursday, 14 April to Monday 18 April 2022 due to Sinhala and Hindu New Year and Easter Holidays. The Embassy will recommence its work on Tuesday, 19 April 2022.

Embassy of Sri Lanka in Germany

Sri Lanka Embassy in Germany and JAAF hosts Webinar on " EU Legal Framework on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence and its Impact on Sri Lanka’s Apparel Sector”

WebinarMarch2022In pursuit its continued efforts to raise awareness amongst Sri Lanka export community on the upcoming EU Legal Framework on Supply Chain Due Diligence, the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Germany, together with the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF) organized a webinar for the apparel sector on 25 March 2022.

Webinar "Sustainable Supply Chain and Due Diligence Laws of EU for the Apparel Sector" on 25th March 2022, 10.30 hrs. CET.

ApparelWebinarJoin with the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Germany and the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF) , on the 25th of March at 1030 Hrs CET onwards (1500 Hrs SLST) as we discuss the "Sustainable Supply Chain and Due Diligence Laws of EU for the Apparel Sector" in an interactive Webinar aimed at educating Sri Lankan exporters on Due Diligence Laws introduced by the European Union which will be enacted in 2023 to maintain Sustainable Supply Chains in the Apparel Sector.