British Prime Minister Boris Johnson today said he hopes there will be reconciliation and accountability in Sri Lanka.
In a message posted on twitter Johnson said he hopes there will be accountability for what has happened in the past in Sri Lanka.
He also said that he hopes there will be long term peace in Sri Lanka.
Johnson’s message was targeting the support of British Tamils voting today at the UK General Election.
Polls opened in the United Kingdom’s snap general election today, with millions of voters expected to deliver their verdict on the Brexit crisis engulfing British politics.
Thursday’s ballot will shape how, or whether, the UK will finally exit the European Union after months of parliamentary deadlock over how to execute the result of its 2016 referendum on membership of the bloc.
The vote brings to an end a febrile six-week campaign period during which Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party have offered starkly different visions for resolving the impasse and rebuilding the UK after a decade of austerity.