Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Manmohan, Rajapaksa discuss Tamil settlement issue

Manmohan Singh

Wednesday, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the displaced Tamils in the island state to give an old breed of pressure on a political solution to Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on the situation in India, discussed concerns.

Give the best two-way, and to discuss various international issues, and develop economic cooperation against terrorism has increased from the first count, said official sources.

President Rajapakse ceremony began his visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan, the presidential palace gave him a welcome open.

Circumstances beyond the Minister Sri SM Krishna leader called on the journey and to discuss rehabilitation of the war, nearly 300,000 Tamils in the island state and the minority Tamils and Muslims have been forced to plan for political reconstruction.

Mr. Rajapaksa at house in India on a four-day appointment on Tuesday twilight, his first trip to New Delhi since being re-elected Sri Lanka’s leader in January this time.

More than a year after the Sri Lankan armed forces around 80,000 rebel Tamil Tigers, led to a move to crush the Tamils are still living in release camps

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