Deputy Minister of Telecommunication, Digital Infrastructure and Foreign Employment undertakes Official visit to Israel

A two-member delegation led by Deputy Minister of Telecommunication, Digital Infrastructure and Foreign Employment Manusha Nanayakkara undertook an official visit to Israel from 10 to 15 October 2018.

During the visit, Deputy Minister Nanayakkara met with Professor Shlomo Mor-Yosef, Director General of the Population, Immigration and Border Authority (PIBA) along with the officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel in Jerusalem. At the meeting, the Deputy Minister briefed them on the present developments in Sri Lanka and appreciated the assistance extended by Israel to Sri Lanka. He further elaborated the current position of the G2G programmes on the Joint Pilot Program for the Recruitment and Placement of up to 50 caregivers from Sri Lanka to Treat Elderly Disabled Employers in Israel and the Arrangement for the Recruitment of Sri Lankan Agricultural Workers. Both parties also discussed ways and means of further increasing the number of workers coming to Israel from Sri Lanka and improving relations between the two countries.

Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the State of Israel Periyasamy Pillai Selvaraj, Counsellor (E &W) of the Embassy of Sri Lanka K.H.L.K. Wijeratne and Deputy General Manager, Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau Mangala Randeniya were associated with the Deputy Minister at the bilateral discussion.

During the visit, Deputy Minister Nanayakkara also visited an agricultural farm where Sri Lankan agricultural workers are currently working, and had a discussion with them. Later, the Deputy Minister met with the Sri Lankan expatriate community in Israel at the Embassy premises and briefed them about the current position of the G2G programmes and the procedures to be followed by the migrant workers.

Deputy Minister Nanayakkara also visited a digital Company in Israel to explore the possibility of promoting business between the two countries.

Embassy of Sri Lanka
Tel Aviv
16 October 2018

Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel
Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel
Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel
Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel
Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel
Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel
Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel
Deputy Minister Official visit to Israel

Quick Links & Contacts

Government Institutions

Investments

Visa

Tourism

Import Export Trade

Exchange Rates in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Citizen Services

The Embassy offers a range of services to Sri Lankans working and living in Israel.The Embassy is fully equipped with the resources and staff to offer the following services.

  • Passports
  • Visa
  • Registration of Birth
  • Registration of Marriages
  • Registration of Deaths
  • Authentication/Attestation of Documents
  • Translation of Documents
  • Consular Fees
  • Downloads - Consular forms

News Articles

“STABILITY PEACE AND EXECUTIVE PRESIDENCY”

Political Stability and Peace are one of the main ingredients to attract investors, improve tourism development and prosperity of a Nation.

Compassionate justice for peace, prosperity and development

Justice is a concept of moral righteousness based on ethics, nationality, law, natural law, religion , equality along with the punishment of the breach of the commitment.

Regime Change

In the world family the Governments change either democratically or violently. In the past violent changes of governments have taken place more often.

Towards Wonder of Asia with Regional and World Peace

Sri Lanka is a senior member of the world family maintaining high standards of Human Rights on international standards which is not an alien system to us. Our culture is based on amity, goodwill and loving kindness.

Register with the Embassy

Sri Lanka Embassy in Israel calls for all Sri Lankans in Israel to get registered with the Embassy by filling in the brief registration form. Registration with the Embassy will prove extremely helpful in the case of an emergency and is also important for a number of other concerns.

Click here to register with the Embassy.

Israel   :   Sri Lanka

Embassy of Sri Lanka

Israel