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Press Release Regarding Travel Restrictions for Foreign Nationals to Northern Province

Press Release Regarding Travel Restrictions for Foreign Nationals to Northern Province

Whilst welcoming and appreciating positrve assistance rendered by Friendly
Countries, International Organizations as well as Non Governmental Organizations in peace
building and development, it is the duty of the Ministry of Defence and Urban Development
to take appropriate measures to prevent negative interventions, particularly in the Northern
Province.

Conscious of its duty towards maintaining national security and creating necessary
conditions for national processes, the Ministry of Defence and Urban Development requests
foreign nationals to obtain prior approval when they intend travelling to the north. It is also
informed that the objectives and purposes of the projects or other reasons for which they
intend to travel are also be clearly indicated.

Foreign nationals intending to travel to Northern Province can obtain approval by sending
written requests to the following address/fax:

Secretary, Ministry of Defence and Urban Development
(Attention Military Liaison Officer)
1515, Baladaksha Mawatha
Colombo 03.
Fax: +94112328109

P R WA IGASOORIYA USP
Brigadier
Director

15 October 2014

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