Last update:Mon, 21 Nov 2022

Updated Health Protocols for fully vaccinated, not vaccinated and Covid-recovered tourists arriving in Sri Lanka

HealthProtocols01112021Ayubowan and Welcome back to the paradise island of Sri Lanka. As we open our doors to the world once again ; we've pulled out all the stops, ensuring that every precautionary measure has been set in place to make your island getaway as safe, secure and serene as possible. In your preparation to explore the wild and wonderful, we'd like to bring your attention to the 'things you need to know ' for your safety as you make your way to an amazing time that is So Sri Lanka!

Media Release - Foreign Minister Prof G. L. Peiris visits Jesus College, University of Cambridge for discussions

FMCambridge1Foreign Minister Prof. G. L. Peiris visited Jesus College, University of Cambridge, for a discussion of issues relating to Sri Lanka and the way forward. Among those participating were Professor Sir Ivan Lawrence QC, the Rt. Hon. Sir Rupert Jackson PC QC, Professor Mads Andenas QC, Professor Andy Haynes, Professor Barry Rider, Ms Kim Hollis QC and Dr. Dominic Thomas-James. The Foreign Minister thanked the legal luminaries for their kindness in participating in the discussion and for their valuable insights and suggestions.

Media Release - Consular Services provided by the Foreign Ministry

ForminSealThe Consular Affairs Division of the Foreign Ministry receives a high number of service seekers to get various certificates/documents authenticated nowadays from different parts of the country. The division provides services using full capacity of the officers and certificates / documents are authenticated through the Electronic Documents Attestation System (e-DAS) in its full capacity. Service seekers are requested to visit the Consular Affairs Division for authentication purposes from 7.30 am to 1.30 pm during the working days.