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Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin Celebrates Deepavali

DeepavaliThe Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin has celebrated Deepavali ‘the festival of lights’, at the ‘Sri Mayurapathy Murugan Temple Berlin’ and ‘Sri Ganesha Hindu Tempel Berlin’ on 6th and 7th November 2018 respectively. The special poojas were attended by a cross-section of the Sri Lankan community in Berlin along with the staff of the Embassy.


Germany Receives a Sapling of the Sacred Sri Maha Bodhi

Bodhi1Marking yet another milestone in Sri Lankan – German diplomatic relations, the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin ceremoniously received a sapling of the Sacred Sri Maha Bodhi on Thursday 27th September 2018. A delegation led by senior Buddhist monks including Ven. Dr. Pallegama Siriniwasa Nayaka Thero – Atamasthanadhipathi, Chief Sanghanayaka of North-Central Province brought the sacred sapling from Sri Lanka to Germany. The sapling was presented to Ambassador Karunasena Hettiarachchi by Ven. Dr.Pallegama Siriniwasa Nayaka Thero at the Embassy premises, which will be planted ceremoniously at the Frohnau Buddhist temple on 30th September 2018 with the participation of Sri Lankan and German Buddhists.

Applications for posts of Honorary Consuls in Macedonia and Montenegro

HonconsThe Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin is also accredited in Switzerland, Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro. In this context, the Embassy calls for applications by interested persons to fill the vacant positions of Honorary Consuls in Macedonia and Montenegro. Invited are professionals, businessmen and self-employed entrepreneurs in Macedonia and Montenegro, who are interested in strengthening the relations between Sri Lanka and their home countries and would be able to allocate fixed calling hours per week for this purpose. More information can be called for via e-mail to . Interested applicants could forward their CV with a request letter addressed to H.E. the Ambassador, Embassy of Sri Lanka, Niklasstr. 19, 14163 Berlin, Germany.

Bicycle Rally to mark the 65th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Sri Lanka and Germany

Bike1The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin has successfully concluded a bicycle rally on 1st September 2018 from Alexanderplatz in Berlin city centre to the Chancery premises in Zehlendorf. The rally, which was organized in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office, is the second event organized by the Mission in celebration of the 65th Anniversary of Diplomatic relations between Sri Lanka and Germany.