27 February 2015
The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) met the UN Under-Secretary General for Politcal Affairs Jeffrey Feltman to discuss issues of land appropriation issues and Sri Lanka’s proposition of a domestic probe into the armed conflict in Sri Lanka, reports Colombo Gazette.
The TNA spokesperson Suresh Premachandran said that the part told the UN official that they had no faith in any domestic probe conducted in Sri Lanka.
The UN official will visit Jaffna on Monday, before holding a media brief on Tuesday.
Mr Feltman, who arrived in Sri Lanka on Saturday, also held a separate meeting with President Maithripala Sirisena.
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