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Reports that “Japan will not help Sri Lanka” are false!

The Embassy of Japan says that they will categorically deny the news publications who have titled “Japan will not help Sri Lanka now”

The Tamil National Alliance has mentioned that the Japanese ambassador in Colombo, Mizukoshi Hideaki, said that Sri Lanka will not be given aid at this time. It shows that the Japanese ambassador mentioned that if financial aid is given to Sri Lanka at this time, there is a risk of it being mismanaged.

However, today the Sri Lankan Japanese Embassy strongly denied the news.

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Gotabaya resigns!

Reported that President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has submitted his resignation letter.

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IUSF spends the night in Colombo!

This afternoon, the Inter-University Student Foundation came to Colombo with a protest march under the theme of Roda Bandimu – Pannamu.

They even faced a tear gas attack this evening near the Presidential Secretariat. They arrived on walk-in Colombo today in preparation for the protest that will occur tomorrow (09).

Even now, they are seen gathering in the area surrounding the President’s office. It is also seen that all possible groups have come to support the students during the curfew.

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Department of Meteorology has issued a red notice!

The Sri Lanka Police has issued a notice to drivers traveling on the Galle road due to high sea waves under the prevailing severe weather conditions.

Galle road from Ambalangoda Madampe Usmudalawa Junction to Dehiwala has been closed due to sea waves coming ashore. In Dehiwala, Ambalangoda Galle, and many other areas, due to sea waves coming ashore, traffic has been severely disrupted.

police have further informed that the drivers traveling on the respective roads should use alternative routes.

The Department of Meteorology has issued a red notice.

According to the announcement, this warning has been issued in relation to the sea areas from Puttalam to Pottuvil via Colombo, Galle, and Hambantota.

Due to the activation of the southwest monsoon, the wind speed in those sea areas may increase to 60 to 70 kilometers per hour from time to time, according to the announcement.

As a result, the concerned sea areas will be rough to very rough, the Department of Meteorology has stated in its announcement.

Also, in the above-mentioned areas, there is a possibility that the sea waves will rise up to 2.5 or 3.5 meters.

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