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Monday, August 15, 2005

India, Sri Lanka agree to monitor environmental impact of canal project

TamilNet: 03.08.05 : [TamilNet, August 03, 2005 11:24 GMT]
During the second round of Technical Level Discussions held between India and Sri Lanka on the Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project in New Delhi on 1st August 2005, the sides agreed to an arrangement to share relevant data. which could enable them to assess and monitor the environmental impact of the project,' said a press release issued by the Sri Lanka Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Colombo Wednesday.

The Indian delegation was led by Mr. D.T. Joseph, Secretary to the Government of India responsible for the Department of Shipping. The Sri Lanka delegation was headed by Mr. A. Hewage, Advisor to the Ministry of Ports and Aviation.

The text of the Agreed Note as issued at the end of the discussions under the joint signatures of the two Heads of delegation, quoted in the press release follows:

"AGREED NOTE ON THE 2ND ROUND OF TECHNICAL LEVEL DISCUSSIONS BETWEEN INDIA AND SRI LANKA ON THE SETHUSAMUDRAM SHIP CHANNEL PROJECT HELD ON 01ST AUG. 2005 IN NEW DELHI


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