Registration of Suppliers of Restricted Items of Defence Equipment and Ammunition for the calendar year 2018

Lanka Logistics and Technologies Ltd., (LLTL) is a fully state owned company which operates under the purview of the Ministry of Defence (MOD), Sri Lanka. LLTL provides Procurement Facilitation, Project Management, Research, Consultancy and ICT Services to Government entities. LLTL is in the process of registering suppliers for restricted items for the year 2018 to furnish requirement of the Armed Forces as well as its other line agencies in Sri Lanka.

Pre-requisite for registration of suppliers for restricted items is to submit the following duly filled documents to LLTL on or before 31 October 2017.

a. Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) – Annex A
b. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) – Annex B
c. Application for the Registration of Foreign Suppliers for Restricted Items for Year 2018 – Annex C

The following documents will be helpful for the prospective suppliers to register with LLTL.

a. Restricted Item List for year 2018 – Annex D
b. Instructions to fill NDA and MOU – Annex E
c. Instructions to fill Application of Registration of Suppliers – Annex F

Any supplier who had signed NDA & MOU with LLTL valid till 31 December 2018 does not require to re-submit same. Such suppliers could submit only the “Application for the Registration of Foreign Suppliers for Restricted Items for Year 2018”.

Prospective suppliers are kindly requested to submit the above to the Chief Executive Officer, Lanka Logistics and Technologies Ltd., 4-205, BMICH, Bauddhaloka Mawatha Colombo 07, Sri Lanka. (E-mail: info(at)lltl.lk. SupplierReg(at)lltl.lk).

Annex A - F can be downloaded here.

 

Sri Lanka Delegation met IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano on 20 September 2017 during the General Conference

During the 61st General Conference of IAEA, the Sri Lanka Delegation comprising of H.E Mrs. Priyanee Wijesekara, Ambassador of Sri Lanka, Mr K.V.L.T. Jayawardhana, Chairman, Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board, Dr Saman Hewamana, Chairman, Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Regulatory Council, Mr H.L. Anil Ranjith, Director General, Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Regulatory Council, Mr V. A. Waduge, Director General, Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board, Ms Dayani Mendis, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy and Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka, Mr H.M.N.R. Bandara, Director, International Cooperation and National Liaison Officer to the IAEA Technical Cooperation programme, Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board, Ms Irosha Cooray, Counsellor, Embassy and Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka met the IAEA Director General H.E. Mr. Yukiya Amano on 20 September 2017 in Vienna at the Vienna International Centre.


H.E the Ambassador of Sri Lanka congratulated Director General Yukiya Amano on his re-election in office for the third term.


Director General Amano stated that he wishes to visit Sri Lanka in March 2018. H.E the Ambassador of Sri Lanka in a response informed that Sri Lanka looks forward to the visit of DG Yukiya Amano to Sri Lanka in March next year.


Mr. Anil Ranjith, Director General, Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Regulatory Council briefed the status of Additional Protocol to the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement, and the developments on the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and the Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management & on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management its Amendment, and he sought assistance to have national workshops with IAEA assistance to educate stakeholders in this.


Mr. Jayawardhana, Chairman, Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board briefed on the ongoing promotional activities and proposed projects and sought IAEA assistance to establish radiopharmaceutical production facility based on cyclotron in Sri Lanka. Further Mr. Jayawardena explored the opportunity of IAEA’s assistance to provide technical assistance through Tracer technology / isostope hydrology technique to explore quality drinking water resources in chronic kidney disease (CKD) prevalent areas in Sri Lanka.


The Embassy and Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka
Vienna, Austria
25 September 2017

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Invitation for Expression of Interest for Investment in Beach Mineral Sand Based Value Added Products

Lanka Mineral Sands Limited (LMSL), a fully government owned company hereby invites local and international investors who have experience in technology and marketing of beach mineral sand based value added products to forward Expressions of Interest for a direct foreign investment or a joint-venture with LMSL for the following project:

Manufacturing and marketing or value added products (at least but not limited to those mentioned in paragraph 4 of the Information Summary document) and finished products using beach mineral sands such as Ilmenite, Rutile, Zircon etc. available in Sri Lanka.

For further information, please see here.

Please notice that the closing date of this EOI has been extended until 14.30 hrs (Sri Lanka time) 16/10/2017.

Handing Over of Chairmanship of the Asia Pacific Group

After completion of a successful term as the Chairperson of the Asia Pacific Group, H.E. Mrs. Priyanee Wijesekara, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka in Vienna handed over the Asia Pacific Group Chairmanship to H.E. the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Royal Kingdom of Thailand on 11 July 2017 at the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna.

Prescription (Special provisions) Act No. 05 of 2016

The Prescription (Special Provisions) Act No. 05 of 2016 was brought into operation in April 2016 to provide special legal provisions for persons who were unable to institute court proceedings to recover their immovable property including land, due to the terrorist activities in Sri Lanka during the period from 1 May 1983 to 18 May 2009.

According to the Act, if any person who had a valid legal claim ( as rightful owner of the property) to any immovable property including land was a ‘disadvantaged person’ (the Act defines a" disadvantaged person' as a person who was unable to pursue his rights in a court in which he was by law enabled to pursue such rights, as a result of the circumstances which prevailed due to the activities of any militant terrorist group during the period commencing on May 1st, 1983 and ending on May 18th, 2009) such a person could claim his/her property despite it being possessed or occupied by another person who claims ownership through prescription.
Section 4 of the Act provides that a 'disadvantaged person' is entitled to benefit from the Act within two years after the date of operation. As the date of operation was 26 April 2016 (being the date of the Speaker's certification) the said stipulated time period expires on 26 April 2018.

Therefore, if any person is interested in reclaiming his/her/their property through the provisions of this Act, such claim ought to be brought before 26 April 2018.
Trilingual electronic copies of the Act are available under the following links:

Members of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka too are notified of the contents of this Act. If a person wishes to pursue legal action in terms of this Act, he/she could seek legal advice.

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