Last update:Tue, 28 Jul 2020

Twenty years of Students Exchange Programme - Students from St. Thomas Mt. Lavinia visiting Germany

Isernhagen1 webTen students from St. Thomas College, Mt. Lavinia are presently in Germany on a three-week study tour organized by Mr. Manfred Moeller, Teacher and Coordinating Director of Gymnasium Isernhagen. The Gymnasium Isernhagen, a high school in Hannover, has been engaging in an annual student exchange program with St. Thomas College in Mount Lavinia and Ladies College in Colombo since 1995.

Sri Lanka Embassy in Germany celebrates 67th Independence Day of Sri Lanka

IndependenceDay1 web"The election of the new President and the peaceful and democratic transition of power provides a surge of hope for strengthening the democracy in Sri Lanka. Several measures taken by the new President and the Government to bring the country back on the democratic path demonstrate the positive changes taking place in Sri Lanka. The new change creates hope for Germany further strengthening its relationship with Sri Lanka," stated Norbert Kopp, District Mayor of Steglitz-Zehlendorf of Berlin at the 67th Independence Day celebration of Sri Lanka organized by the Embassy of Sri Lanka at the town hall of the district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf of Berlin attended by over 300 Sri Lankans and Germans. Kopp also congratulated the Sri Lankan community assembled in the town hall to its togetherness, which was visible at the event.

“Invest Sri Lanka” – Investment Promotion Event Concludes in Berlin

Dec2014 2 webThe Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) with the co-sponsorship of Sri Lanka Embassy in Berlin organized a successful seminar with the participation of over 40 potential investors, bankers and logistic operators in Berlin on 28th November, 2014. BMWi identified Sri Lanka as target market for this year's informative event and for the German Companies who are interested in new markets or business partners in Sri Lanka.

Berlin Celebrates Deepavali

Deepavali2014 1 webThe Sri Lankan communities living in Germany joined with their brethren Hindus as one Sri Lankan community to celebrate the Deepavali festival at Sri Ganesha temple in Berlin. The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Germany together with the Sri Lankan Associations in Germany organized the Deepavali celebration and a special Pooja.