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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D.C.
Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Sri Lanka and the United States (1948-2023)
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe meets US President Joe Biden at the White House Oval Office on the 13th of June 2022.
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe meets US Secretary of State Antony Blinken - 16th June 2022
H.E. Mahinda Samarasinghe Assumed Duties as Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to the United States - 02 December 2021
Former US Coast Guard cutter “Sherman” gifted to Sri Lanka arrives at the Port of Colombo - 12 May 2019
Commemoration of 75 years of Sri Lanka - U. S. Diplomatic Relations at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. - 2023
Performance by Jananath Warakagoda and his team for the Commemoration of 75 years of Sri Lanka - U. S. Diplomatic Relations - 2023
Performance by Jananath Warakagoda and his team for the Commemoration of 75 years of Sri Lanka - U. S. Diplomatic Relations - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe addresses the member of the Cosmos Club and invitees - 2023
Sri Lanka Embassy in Washington D. C. commemorates Colonel Henry Steel Olcott - 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka honours the Most Venerable (Dr.) Henepola Gunarathana Nayake Maha Thero for 55 years of religious and social service in the USA - 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka honours the Most Venerable (Dr.) Henepola Gunarathana Nayake Maha Thero for 55 years of religious and social service in the USA - 2023
The Ves Ceremony and Pahim Path Mangalya held at the Embassy premises showcasing Sri Lankan Traditional Dance - 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. celebrates Sinhala and Tamil New Year 2023
Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. celebrates Sinhala and Tamil New Year 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe and staff of the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D. C. meets with Sri Lankan Association members - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe hosts Iftar dinner with the participation of Muslim of Sri Lankan origin - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe meets Ambassador Carmen Moreno Toscano - 2023
Sri Lanka Embassy open house in Washington D. C. joining Passport D. C. 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe addresses the first cohort of Peace Corps Volunteers leaving for Sri Lanka - 2023
Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe addresses the prestigious University Club of the City of Washington D. C. - 2023

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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington D.C. opened its doors for American visitors as part of Passport DC’s ‘Around the World Embassy Tour’ from 10.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. on Saturday, 04th May, 2024. Under the advice and guidance of Ambassador Mahinda Samarasinghe, the Embassy made elaborate arrangements to promote Sri Lanka as an exciting tourist destination. Over 5,037 US nationals, as officially verified by the organizers of the Passport DC, visited the Embassy during the event which was a record despite bad weather.

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As a unique feature of the event, a photographic exhibition of over 80 colorful photographs titled “Beauty of Sri Lanka” depicting the ancient cultural heritage, natural beauty with a special emphasis on wild life and the people of Sri Lanka, was presented by the "America - Sri Lanka Photographic Art Society Los Angeles" led by Mr. Suriya Perera, Mr. Shantha Weerasinghe, Ms. Hiranthi De Silva, Mr. Lakshitha Karunarathna and Mr. Sanjaya Warnasuriya, and captured the attention of all attendees.

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The visitors were treated to traditional Sri Lankan hospitality and were able to sample authentic Sri Lankan cuisine having witnessed live cooking demonstrations of preparing of Kottu Roti and Hoppers, and were also able to taste a variety of finger foods from Sri Lanka. This was provided with the assistance of the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau. The Embassy also offered all the visitors a freshly brewed cup of hot or iced Ceylon tea sponsored by “Basilur (Sri Lanka)” and “QTrade Teas & Herbs (California, USA)”.

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Traditional Sri Lankan dances depicting up-country, low-country and northern dancing styles and drums showcased the vibrant diversity of Sri Lanka’s rich cultural heritage. The performances were at regular intervals by students from four local academies led by Ms. Chathuri Wickramarachchi, Ms. Achila Perera, Ms. Rajanandhini Balachandran and Mr. Indika Attanayake and was a key attraction that captivated guests throughout the day.

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In line with the theme of “Passport DC 2024” which was Music diplomacy, the Embassy made special arrangements for the “Serendib” band led by Mr. Kutila Dias to entertain the crowd by performing Sri Lankan songs and were also joined by saxophonist Mr. D I Senarathne who performed live music at regular intervals.

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Another highlight organized by the Embassy to mark the occasion, was a photo opportunity while clad in traditional attire. Many American women queued up to drape themselves in Kandyan sarees, while the men tried on vivid batik sarongs and shirts. Sri Lankan traditional handicrafts comprised of wooden masks, drums, bags, batik wear, brass items, paintings, Ceylon spices and tea were on display in four separate stalls set up at the Embassy garden, sponsored by Sri Lankan-American vendors, that proved another major attraction for the visitors.

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An art exhibition “Sri Lanka, through Lens and Brush” was presented by two Sri Lankan-American deaf artists - Chetana Senadhira and Thushara T. Wijetilaka - who shared their memories and experience of the beauty of Sri Lankan culture through their lenses and brushes which was another key feature.

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The Embassy seized the opportunity to showcase the diverse tourist attractions of the country by exhibiting vibrant photographic sceneries as well as continually broadcasting tourist-oriented videos portraying pristine beaches, green mountain landscapes, highlighting Sri Lanka tourism ranging from adventure and wellness to wildlife. Two companies owned by Sri Lankan-Americans offered tourism packages joining the event, which caught the interest and attention of the visitors, thus promoting tourism to Sri Lanka.

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To the delight of the visitors, the first 4,000 visitors were offered a complimentary pack of Ceylon tea by the Embassy that was generously sponsored by “Basilur (Sri Lanka)”. The objective was to promote ‘Ceylon tea’ among the visitors. The gift was highly appreciated by the recipients.

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On a request made by the Embassy, voluntary support was extended by the members of six Sri Lankan community based Associations in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. The Sri Lanka Association of Washington DC, Sri Lanka Ranga Kala Kavaya, Kala Lanka Foundation, Ape Kattiya/American Sri Lankan Friendship Foundation, Bethesda Api and Hospital Services Council of Greater Washington Area helped in the smooth running of this day-long event that attracted such a large number of visitors throughout the day. 

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The open house launched under a special event, “Passport DC”, was organized by Events DC in partnership with over 55 foreign Missions based in Washington D.C. including the Embassy of Sri Lanka. It is a month-long festival in May that pays tribute to Washington D.C.'s thriving international diplomatic community and its lively and varied culture. As part of the festival, the first Saturday in May, the ‘International Cultural Awareness Month’ in Washington D.C., is devoted to Embassy open houses.

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Organized annually, Passport DC showcases Washington D.C.'s embassies and cultural organizations with a wide range of performances, discussions, and exhibits. It has become very popular among Americans in the Greater Washington area (Washington D.C., State of Maryland and Northern Virginia, and surrounding metropolitan area), as it gives them a rare opportunity to enjoy many aspects of foreign cultures and traditions in a single day.

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The Embassy of Sri Lanka participated in the Passport DC festival last year as well by opening up its doors to American visitors and had 3,750 guests coming to the Embassy and enjoying the beauty of Sri Lanka.

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Embassy of Sri Lanka

Washington D.C.       

07th May 2024

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