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Granting over LKR 2,3 Mio for COVID-19 relief measures to the implementation partner, the Eastern Province Preschool Teachers Association.
In an effort to combat and control the current surge of COVID-19 cases in Sri Lanka, Germany recently handed over a consignment of protective surgical masks to the Ministry of Health through the World Health Organization
Under the Micro Project funding scheme of the German Embassy, a grant of over LKR 2 million was allocated to a project proposed by Comdu.it, a German organization of volunteers, which aims to build…
The Centre for Handicapped, an organization the Embassy has partnered with before on micro projects, received a grant of over LKR 2 million this year again as a part of the Micro Project scheme of the…
On 23 March the Human Rights Council in Geneva adopted the Resolution “Promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka” which was introduced by the Core Group for Sri Lanka comprising Canada, Germany, Malawi, Montenegro, North Macedonia and the United Kingdom.
The German Embassy has partnered with many local organizations in the past to help provide sanitation facilities to rural areas in Sri Lanka through the construction of water wells, toilets and other…
Under its Micro Project scheme, the German Embassy in Colombo signed an agreement with Indira Cancer Trust to support the organization and its inspirational work with a grant of over Rs 2 million. The…
The German Government is working to ensure the fair and efficient distribution of vaccines and is supporting the global efforts to fight the pandemic to the tune of 2.2 billion euro. What is more, Germany is providing third states with 100 million vaccine doses.
A number of topics were discussed, including the issue of import restrictions and its consequences to German-Sri Lankan trade.
Ambassador Holger Seubert presented his Letter of Credence to H.E President Gotabaya Rajapaksa as the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Sri Lanka. Following the credentials ceremony,…
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions are in place for entry into Germany from a large number of countries. Moreover, persons arriving from many countries are obliged to self-isolate for a period of 10 days. More details are available here.
In the past few years, the importance of the Indo-Pacific region in both economic and political terms has increased markedly. The German Government is now setting out the course for its future policy on the countries of the Region.
Please be adviced to wear a mask which covers mouth and nose when visiting the Embassy!
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