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Cablegate: Trafficking in Persons -- Sri Lanka:

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS COLOMBO 001405

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR SA/INS, G/TIP(NEUMANN)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREL KWMN KCRM SMIG CE
SUBJECT: Trafficking in Persons -- Sri Lanka:
Notification of FY2003 Project Approval by G/TIP

Ref: State 228376

1. Per notification in Reftel, Mission is pleased to
have received approval for the two anti-trafficking
projects and is looking forward to implementing them.
In response to the request re Project A, Mission would
ask the Department of Justice to conduct an initial
training session for personnel and a training for
trainers session.

2. The Sri Lanka government official with authority to
sign the Letter of Agreement is Dr. Harendra de Silva.
He is the Chairman of the National Child Protection
Authority.

3. Embassy point of contact for trafficking issues is
Andrea Tomaszewicz, phone: +94-1-2-448-007, extension
2425; fax: +94-1-2-471-092. (Numbers valid as of
August 16; prior to August 16, disregard the "2.")

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