Former Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon meets with the Hon. Speaker


The delegation led by the previous Secretary-Normal of the United Nations, the President of the Meeting and the Chair of the Council of the International Inexperienced Development Institute (GGGI) H.E Ban Ki-moon,
who arrived in Sri Lanka not too long ago (06), met with Hon. Mahinda Yapa Abeywardana, the Speaker of Parliament, Feb (07).

He was acquired by Deputy Speaker Hon. Ajith Rajapakse and Secretary Normal of Parliament Mr. Dhammika Dasanayake.

As President of the Meeting and Chair of the Council of the International Inexperienced Development Institute (GGGI), H. E Ban Ki-moon centered on inexperienced development, sustainable growth and advocate the necessity for modern partnerships to transition into low-carbon, sustainable, and inclusive economies. In the course of the cordial discussions held, H.E Ban Ki-moon emphasised the necessity to develop political ambition pertaining to adopting the inexperienced development mannequin of growth and was of the view that the voice for such initiative ought to come up from inside Parliament.

While mentioning the requirement and want of broader consciousness and capability constructing amongst Members of Parliament, officers on the topic, the Hon. Speaker pledged his full cooperation in direction of reaching the stated objective in fellowship.

Following the cordial dialogue held, the delegation led by H.E Ban Ki-moon together with H.E. Woonjin Jeong, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Sri Lanka, Dr. Frank Rijsberman, GGGI Director Normal toured the chamber of Parliament.

Hon. Ajith Rajapakse, Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Naseer Ahamed, Minister of Atmosphere, Mr. Dinesh Weerakkody, Chief Advisor to the President and the Secretary Normal of Parliament Mr. Dhammika Dasanayake had been current on the assembly held with H.E Ban Ki-moon, in Parliament.



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