Dominic Stillhart, Director of Operations for the ICRC, on his visit to Sri Lanka.

The ICRC’s Director of Operations, Dominic Stillhart, recently concluded a five-day visit to Sri Lanka. During his time in the country Mr Stillhart met with a number of senior government officials, including the Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Mangala Samaraweera. In these meetings he reiterated that the organization remains committed to their work in Sri Lanka and to providing assistance to vulnerable individuals, including detainees and families of missing persons.

In this interview, Mr Stillhart shares his perspectives on Sri Lanka and the ICRC’s work.


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