Last update:Mon, 18 Nov 2019


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 his residence in Berlin-Zehlendorf 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.

Minister of Ports and Shipping Sagala Ratnayaka attends the 4th German – Asian Business Dialogue

BusDialog1The 4th German – Asian Business Dialogue was held on 5 June 2019 at the Alliance Forum in Berlin. Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister and Minister of Ports and Shipping Sagala Ratnayaka, attended the Dialogue as a special guest and was a panellist at the Minister’s Dialogue on ‘Building Bridges between Europe and Asia: Chances and Challenges of Free Trade in a Changing World’.

Sri Lanka participates at the Transport Logistics Fair 2019 in Munich, 4-7 June 2019

Translog1The Export Development Board of Sri Lanka (EDB), in coordination with the delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Sri Lanka (AHK Sri Lanka), Sri Lanka Embassy in Berlin and the Sri Lanka Consulate in Frankfurt, organized a pavilion at the Transport Logistics Fair 2019, one of the most significant industry platforms in Germany for logistics and transport. The pavilion showcased the expertise of Sri Lanka in efficient cargo handling and its further potential as a logistics hub.

Parliamentary delegation from Sri Lanka visits Germany

ParlDel1A Parliamentary delegation from Sri Lanka, headed by Hon. Kumara Welgama, undertook a visit to Germany from 2-9 June 2019 on an invitation extended by the German-South Asia Parliamentary Friendship Group. The delegation was comprised of Hon. Members of Parliament Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena, Sunil Hadunnetti, S.M. Marikkar, Wijepala Hettiarachchi, Shanthi Sriskandarasa and Assistant Director /Administration of the Sri Lanka Parliament Janakantha Silva.