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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D.C.
Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Sri Lanka and the United States (1948-2023)
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe meets US President Joe Biden at the White House Oval Office on the 13th of June 2022.
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe meets US Secretary of State Antony Blinken - 16th June 2022
H.E. Mahinda Samarasinghe Assumed Duties as Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to the United States - 02 December 2021
Former US Coast Guard cutter “Sherman” gifted to Sri Lanka arrives at the Port of Colombo - 12 May 2019
Commemoration of 75 years of Sri Lanka - U. S. Diplomatic Relations at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. - 2023
Performance by Jananath Warakagoda and his team for the Commemoration of 75 years of Sri Lanka - U. S. Diplomatic Relations - 2023
Performance by Jananath Warakagoda and his team for the Commemoration of 75 years of Sri Lanka - U. S. Diplomatic Relations - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe addresses the member of the Cosmos Club and invitees - 2023
Sri Lanka Embassy in Washington D. C. commemorates Colonel Henry Steel Olcott - 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka honours the Most Venerable (Dr.) Henepola Gunarathana Nayake Maha Thero for 55 years of religious and social service in the USA - 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka honours the Most Venerable (Dr.) Henepola Gunarathana Nayake Maha Thero for 55 years of religious and social service in the USA - 2023
The Ves Ceremony and Pahim Path Mangalya held at the Embassy premises showcasing Sri Lankan Traditional Dance - 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. celebrates Sinhala and Tamil New Year 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. celebrates Sinhala and Tamil New Year 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe and staff of the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. meets with Sri Lankan Association members - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe hosts Iftar dinner with the participation of Muslim of Sri Lankan origin - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe meets Ambassador Carmen Moreno Toscano - 2023
Sri Lanka Embassy open house in Washington D. C. joining Passport D. C. 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe addresses the first cohort of Peace Corps Volunteers leaving for Sri Lanka - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe addresses the prestigious University Club of the City of Washington D. C. - 2023


Mahinda Samarasinghe, having completed two terms as a diplomatic representative in Australia and Switzerland, in 1988 entered representative politics through the Provincial Council system, later serving as Chief Government Whip and Chief Opposition Whip in Parliament. He held ofice during five Cabinets as a Minister holding seven portfolios. He also has held the post of elected Chairman of the Committee on Human Rights of Parliamentarians representing the 168-member countries of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, earning recognition and prestige for Sri Lanka. Let us, at the dawn of the New Year, discuss his contribution as the current Sri Lankan Ambassador to the United States:

Q:        In your role as Ambassador to the United States, are you satisfied with what you have achieved?

A:         Yes. I have paved the way to serve the country over and above what I could do through political representation.

Q:         What is this new pathway you have carved?

A:         My background based on international experience and connections has been the basis for this. Previous leaders did not fully utilize my thirty years of being an elected representative and my experience. Former President Gotabhaya invited me to take on this Ambassadorship as Sri Lanka’s representative to the most powerful nation and because I could provide a greater service, I took on this responsibility. I have achieved more than I thought possible.

Q:         What was your contribution to reviving a collapsed Sri Lankan economy?

A:         I am someone who has tertiary education and experience in the economic field. It was with that foundation that I functioned in the United States. It was necessary to interact and work with a global organisation such as the IMF in order to restore international confidence in the Sri Lankan economy. On the advice of the former President, I discussed Sri Lanka’s economic challenges with the leadership of the organisation. Thereafter, two senior IMF oficials visited Sri Lanka and held discussions with the former President. One of those two is today the Governor of the Central Bank of Korea.

Within two to three days, the former President communicated to the IMF that we were ready for an IMF Programme. Consequently, if President Ranil Wickremesinghe had not taken a political decision to commit to domestic reform measures, IMF consent and financial support would not have been made available to the country.

Q:         How have your interventions helped in Sri Lanka receiving medicine and related assistance?

A:         Sri Lanka faced a shortage of medicines due to limitations of foreign reserves. The Ministry of Health, through the Ministry of Foreign Afairs, informed Embassies to seek medical assistance. A list of medical items required was communicated.

I contacted the heads of several institutions and organizations with which I had established contact. We were able to secure free medical assistance from these organizations to Sri Lanka. Within a short time, we were able to secure over USD Fifty-three Million (over LKR Sixteen Billion). It is a matter of pride for me and the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington,


D.C. that we have been able to facilitate the provision of this assistance. High-cost medicines of a premium standard including heart and other cancer medicines were sent. We were able to also ensure that the cost of transportation was borne by American donors.

Q:        In this efort, was the “Sri Lankan medical mafia” a hindrance or a problem? Did you have to face challenges?

A:        Procuring free medical assistance from the United States of America was far easier than obtaining the approval from relevant authorities for the import of these medicines into Sri Lanka. I had to even communicate with the President on several occasions on this matter. Some honest oficials helped in this efort.

Q:         Are you gaining any profit from sending more medicines to Sri Lanka…. or are Sri Lankans being lab-rats for American medical tests?

A:        In which world are commissions earned from free medicines? It is only when medicines are purchased that commissions can be earned.

We have sent medicines of the highest globally accepted standards. These are not cheap sundried medicines like from other countries.

Q:         Apart from medicines have you been able to gain any additional support for Sri Lanka from the United States?

A:         USAID has provided USD Three Hundred Million over the past one and a half years to Sri Lanka. Fertilizer for the previous Maha season was provided. The DFC has provided USD One Billion in financial support to Sri Lanka. This includes USD Five Hundred and Fifty-three Million to the Colombo Western Terminal. We are talking to its head in order to bring a host of investments to Sri Lanka. We have facilitated assistance to Sri Lanka from a number of

U.S. agencies and institutions.

Q:         You have been a minister, a member or an ambassador in every administration. How did that happen?

A:         From 1988 in the Provincial Council and from 1994 in Parliament, I have been a popular representative elected by the people. During this period some leaders and some governments, recognizing my abilities, have utilized my services for the country. I am happy about it.

Q:         This is an election year. Will you return to politics?

A:         I can perform a greater service through this position than through politics. Many people acknowledge that I have proved this. I am ready to continue with this service for the country. It is because of strengthening diplomatic relations with the United States that much of the assistance is being received. We have also signed a bilateral agreement with Mexico which includes strengthening commercial ties.

Q:         What is the message you would like to convey to the Sri Lankan people including the people of the Kalutara District for 2024?


A:         Patience, respect for the law, unity, commitment to the country as well as rejection of corruption and waste should be the resolutions we make for 2024. Developed countries have reached their current stage not through magical means but through commitment to these ideals and Sri Lankans should dedicate themselves accordingly.

Facilitated by Ashoka Jayatunga (from Washington, D.C.)

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