Archive for oktober, 2004

Befrielsestigrenes delegation under ledelse af chefen for den politiske fløj, S.P Thamilchelvan, mødtes med udenrigsminister i Det Tyske Forbundsministerium for Økonomisk Samarbejde og Udvikling, Erich Stather, og viceminister i forbunds-udenrigsministeriet, Kerstin Muller, til møder torsdag og fredag i Berlin, udtalte kilder i Tyskland. Delegationen fløj fra Stokholm, Sverige, i et specielt fly, der bragte dem til den tyske hovedstad, Berlin, torsdag formiddag.

Idet Erich Stather og fru Muller gav udtryk for den tyske regerings bekymring over den standsede fredsproces og den øgede vold i Øst, opmuntrede de LTTE til at fortsætte sit engagement i Våbenstilstands-Aftalen (CFA).

Thamilchelvan underrettede de tyske regeringsfolk om det nuværende politiske klima i Sri Lanka og gav over for de tyske politikere en redegørelse om følgende problemer, der angik tamilerne i Nord-Øst:

* Det tamilske folk er ved at miste håbet for fredsprocessen, da selv grundlæggende humanitære behov for befolkningen i Nord-Øst ikke endnu ‘ to år efter underskrivelsen ‘ er blevet tilgodeset.

* Den srilankanske hær har stadig besat boliger og frugtbare marker, der tilhører tamilerne, i Høj Sikkerheds Zonerne, og har således forjaget tusinder af tamiler, der lider nød på velfærds-centre og i flygtningelejre.

* SLA krænker paragraf 1,8 i våbenhvile-aftalen, som forbyder væbnede paramilitæres tilstedeværelse i Nord-Øst, når de samarbejder med paramilitære og derved understøtter den ødelæggende vold i Øst.

* Den srilankanske regering går åbenbart ind for en militær løsning, når den fortsætter med at ignorere oppositions-partiernes udtalelser om støtte, som tilbydes for første gang i den politiske historie i Sri Lankas sydlige del.

LTTE-delegationen opfordrede indtrængende de tyske regeringsfolk til at arbejde tæt sammen med det internationale samfund for at tvinge den srilankanske til øjeblikkeligt at genoptage freds-samtalerne på grundlag af LTTE’s forslag om Midlertidig Selvstyre Myndighed (ISGA), så den hårdt tiltrængte humanitære hjælp til Nord-Øst kan føres ud i livet.

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