Robert O Blake visited SriLanka met the TNA leader R.Sambanthan, minister of external affairs G.L.Peries and the minister Nimal Siripala Desliva.
Robert O Blake made above statement during the time of discussion with TNA representatives at Colombo Hilton hotel last morning. TNA leader R. Sambanthan and M.A.Sumandhiran were present at this discussion.
During the time of discussion both parties discuss about the UN resolution passes against the SriLanka and the UN Human Rights Council, high security zones, militarization in the north and east areas, about the detained youths and misplaced persons of this country and the issue of representating in the parliamentary select committee.
Since end of the militarization continues in the north and east part of the country. Government fails to resettle people in the high security zones. Due to this people face various problems in the province. Government is not much more interested to find misplaced persons of this country. Relatives are suffering without their loved one.
At present our government not interested to release political prisoners of this country. TNA hold discussion with the government on submitting political solution in this country but however they act irresponsible manner.
At present government stress us to join in the parliamentary select committee. We are not in a position to accept the request of the government. United States should stress the government to implement LLRC recommendations in the country said the TNA leader.
Robert Blake stated we find several errors on the report submitted by the Lankan government on implementing LLRC recommendations in the country. at present United States pay special attention on this issue.
If the Lankan government fails to implement LLRC recommendations proper manner in the country they would force to face critical condition at the UN Human Rights Council session to be hold in next March. I would hold discussions with the Lankan government this regard said the Blake.
They also briefly discuss about the TNA representation in the parliamentary select committee.