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TNA calls for foreign intervention in Sri Lanka's stalling reconciliation process

The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) called for foreign intervention in Sri Lanka’s reconciliation process in a letter to diplomatic missions and the UN reports Colombo Gazette.

Expressing frustration at the government’s failure to release private lands in the North and diversion from the reconciliation process TNA Leader R Sampanthan said the Tamil people have lost their patients.

“Foreign countries must not remain silent anymore. They must intervene,” he allegedly wrote in his letter.

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