Sri Lanka has exchanged knowledge with the United States of America. Department of Justice related charges against those accused of the Easter Sunday bombings and acts of pro-LTTE groups on U.S. soil.
According to the Sri Lankan Government, on 17 February, Ambassador Ravinatha Aryasinha held a virtual meeting with Dan Stigall, Deputy Chief of Staff & Advisor for Foreign Affairs, Department of Justice (DoJ) and senior officials of the DoJ to follow up on the charges filed by the United States last month.
District Court in Los Angeles against three Sri Lankans for “Conspiring to Provide Material Support to ISIS” in the Easter Sunday bombing in Sri Lanka in April 2019. All three are currently in Sri Lanka’s custody.
The Sri Lanka ambassador also called for closer monitoring of the pro-LTTE organizations operating in the US, “who contrary to US laws, were glorifying terrorism and martyrdom, while propagating hate speech and disinformation,” the government said in a statement.