UN's Pillay to visit Sri Lanka to see rehabilitation, reconciliation efforts

08/23/2013 | Thomson Reuters Foundation

United Nations human rights envoy Navi Pillay will start a one-week visit to Sri Lanka on Sunday, the first UN visit to the country since conflict ended in 2009. Pillay's visit follows a March resolution by the UN Human Rights Council asking the Sri Lankan government "to carry out credible investigations into the deaths and disappearances of thousands of people," writes Nita Bhalla.

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