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No dispute with India over oceans – NOAC Chairman

Sri Lanka is not in dispute with India to refer any matter pertaining to the oceans to the International Tribunal for Law of the Sea (ITLOS), which is a body set up within the UN for resolution of disputes, National Ocean Affairs Committee, (NOAC) Chairman Chris Dharmakirti said in response to Indian media reports that both India and Sri Lanka have filed separate cases before ITLOS. “At the moment, only Bangladesh, Myanmar and India have declared disputes in the Bay of Bengal basin, and the resolution of those disputes have been brought before ITLOS, and Sri Lanka is not a party cited in those disputes, and therefore the Indian media report is factually incorrect,” Dharmakirti explained. Read more

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