High Powered 30 member delegation from Czech Republic to visit Sri Lanka.
Colombo, April 10 -- On the initiative of the Consulate for the Czech Republic in Sri Lanka and with the support of Ministry of External Affairs in Sri Lanka, a high level delegation consisting approximately of 30 members representing the Public and the Private sectors from the Czech Republic will be visiting Sri Lanka from April,16 to 18.
Tomas Chalupa, the Minister of Environment of the Czech Republic will lead the delegation who will be accompanied by the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Environment of the Czech Republic , Ivo Hlavac and the Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Sri Lanka, Miloslav Stasek.
Representatives of the Czech Chamber of Commerce, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, representatives of Czech Invest, Czech Export Bank and many business representatives who are interested in doing business with Sri Lanka will be among the delegation of 30 members.
The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, in association with the Honorary Consul for the Czech Republic Jayantha Fernando have organised a business meeting for the delegation on April 18.
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|Publication:||Asian Tribune (India)|
|Date:||Apr 10, 2011|
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