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The President was speaking at the inauguration of 5th symposium of Plantation Crop Research organized by the sugarcane, coconut, rubber and tea research institutes at the BMICH.
Initially it spans the Bauddhaloka Mawatha, the Professor Stanley Wijesundera Mawatha, Reid Mawatha and the land adjacent to the SSC Grounds and the BMICH area in Torrington.
Addressing the 18th Session of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) of the Food and Agriculture Organization at the BMICH, in Colombo, the Minister explained that fish provides over 70 percent of the animal protein intake of Sri Lankans and although the per capita intake of seafood has gone up over the years, it is still below the recommended requirement for the people.
Sri Lanka, during the consultations, has promised to extend her fullest support for the proposed establishment of the Chinese Cultural Centre at the BMICH premises.
Our footwear and leather exports have shown a strong growth trend," Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiyutheen said Friday addressing the inauguration of the sixth edition of the Footwear and Leather Fair at the BMICH.
The report compiled by the South Asia Initiative to End Violence Against Children (SAIEVAC) with the help of Save the Children and other stakeholders was unveiled under the patronage of President Mahinda Rajapaksa at a ceremony held at the BMICH yesterday (17).
The President was delivering the convocation address at the 23rd Convocation of the General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, at the BMICH yesterday.
The facelift, which cost around 2 billion rupees was done with funding assistance from China for the BMICH to be the venue for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) hosted by Sri Lanka in mid-November.
While addressing the SME Machinery, Technology and Services Exhibition 2012 which opened on Friday at the BMICH in Colombo, the Minister said SMEs require technology transfer now and the Ministry is happy to introduce automation to the SME sector for the first time in Sri Lanka, by introducing the CNC (Computer Numerical Controlled) machine technology.
In addition, a Panel Discussion on "Doubling Indo-Lanka Bilateral Trade and Investment within Five Years" will also be held on 3 August at BMICH, informed M Manish, the Commercial and Economic Counsellor of Indian High Commission in Colombo.