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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D.C.
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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

Religious freedom1

Mahinda Samarasinghe, Sri Lankan Ambassador to the United States on Monday (29 January), met members and senior officials of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). In October 2023, Commissioners Stephen Schneck and David Curry made a visit to Sri Lanka to assess the country situation. As a follow-up to the visit, the Ambassador held a discussion on contemporary developments in Sri Lanka relating to the freedom of religion.

Religious freedom2

Ambassador Samarasinghe explained that he has been regularly engaging with interlocutors in the executive branch and legislative branch of the U.S. Government including the White House, Department of State and other U.S. Government entities as well as with the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. The engagement focuses on economic revival and key issues such as governance, democracy, the rule of law, reconciliation and human rights including the freedom of religion or belief.

Religious freedom3

The Ambassador discussed in detail matters pertaining to issues identified by the Commission and provided updates on recent measures taken by the Sri Lankan government to foster reconciliation through recognition of the multi-ethnic, multi-religious, multilingual and multicultural fabric of society. He agreed to continue engaging with the Commission on relevant issues and concerns.

The USCIRF is an independent, bipartisan federal government entity established by the U.S. Congress to monitor, analyze, and report on religious freedom abroad. USCIRF makes foreign policy recommendations to the President, the Secretary of State, and Congress intended to deter religious persecution and promote freedom of religion and belief. The Washington D.C. based USCIRF's nine Commissioners are appointed by either the President or Congressional leaders of each political party, supported by a non-partisan professional staff.

Embassy of Sri Lanka to the United States

30 January, 2024

Washington D.C.

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