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Rio de Janeiro is the second largest regional economy in Brazil with a GDP of US$ 285 billion which accounts for 11.6% of the national GDP. The state of Rio de Janeiro is the third most populous state in Brazil with a population of 16.5 million. The economy of Rio de Janeiro has outstanding industrial and services sectors whose contribution to its GDP account for 23% and 72% respectively.

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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Brasilia, Brazil in association with Colombo Tea Traders´ Association organized Global Ceylon Tea Party on the 06th July 2017 at the premises of the Embassy. The event was elegantly and attractively decorated with tea posters, brochures, varieties of Sri Lankan tea products and propaganda on a large screen. Over 100 guests including diplomats, trade representatives, hoteliers, tour operators and journalists attended the event.

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Coinciding with the International Vesak Day declared by the United Nations, a Vesak Cultural Festival was organized at the Templo Shin Budista Terra Pura of Brasilia on 13 May 2017. The event which was held for the second consecutive time was organized by the Sri Lanka Embassy in association with Asian Embassies based in Brasilia namely, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.

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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Brazil in association with the Ministry of Plantation Industry, Coconut Development Authority and the Sri Lanka Tea Board organized Sri Lanka’s first ever participation in the APAS Trade Show held from 2-5 May 2017 at Expo Center Norte in Sao Paulo, the main metropolitan city of Brazil.

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In order to expand Sri Lanka’s commercial relations with the State of Bahia, the seventh largest regional Economy of Brazil whose GDP is estimated to be over US$ 95 billion, Sri Lanka Embassy in Brazil organized a series of promotional activities in its capital-Salvador from 6-9 March.

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Ambassador of Sri Lanka in Brazil General Jagath Jayasuriya, concurrently accredited to Colombia presented his credentials to His Excellency Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, President of Colombia at the president´s palace in Bogota on 16th February 2017.

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New office premises of the Sri Lanka Honorary Consulate in Sao Paulo were declared open by Ambassador (General) Jagath Jayasuriya on 5th December on an invitation by Dr. Sohaku Raimundo Cesar Bastos, Honorary Consul General for Sri Lanka in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

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Sri Lanka Embassy in Brasilia took part in the 12th International Embassy Fair held on 12th November 2016 at the ‘Park de Cidade’ in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil.

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The 30th Edition of the ‘SuperMinas Food Show’ was held from 18-20 October at Expominas Exhibition Center in Belo Horizonte, the Capital of the State of Minas Gerais of Brazil.

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In order to expand Sri Lanka’s commercial relations with the State of Rio Grande Sul, the fourth largest regional Economy of Brazil whose GDP is estimated to be over US$ 150 billion, Sri Lanka Embassy in Brazil organized a series of promotional activities in its capital-Porto Alegre from 8-9 August.

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On the invitation of the Peruvian Government, General Jagath Jayasuriya, Ambassador for Sri Lanka in Brazil represented the Government of Sri Lanka at the Oath and the inauguration ceremony of the New President of Peru on the 28th July 2016 at Lima the capital of Peru.

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The state of Minas Gerais, the third largest economy in Brazil with a GDP of over US$ 207 billion is an attractive market for Sri Lankan products with affordable consumers whose per capita is over US$ 10130. Being a major producer of milk, coffee and other agricultural commodities Minas Gerais is also an attractive source for investment in Sri Lanka.

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The State of Goiás is a fast growing state in Brazil with a GDP of US$ 63.4 billion. The strongest growing area in the state has been the industry and Commerce and its 6.1 million population with a per capita of over US$ 9,962 creates a very attractive market for Sri Lankan products.

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First ever Vesak Festival in Brazil was held on 22 and 23 May 2016 at the Japanese Buddhist Temple located in the city of Brasilia.

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The Ambassador General Jagath Jayasuriya who is accredited to Republic of Surinam presented his letter of credence on 12 May 2016 to the President of Republic HE Desire Delano Bouterse at the Presidential Palace in Paramaribo, Surinam.

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Sri Lanka Embassy in Brazil organized a series of promotional activities in São Paulo, the Main commercial city of Brazil from 18-20 April 2016 to promote Sri Lankan potential products.

Three product specific promotional sessions were organized for Tea, Apparel, Rubber Gloves and Solid Rubber Tyres. Samples and product brochures were obtained from Sri Lankan producers and they were displayed at the event venue.

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Ambassador General Jagath Jayasuriya on 05th April called on the Brazil Air Force commander Brigadier Air Nivaldo Luis Rossato at his office.

Both shared their experiences and discussed how each other could learn from their experience.

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On 30th March 2016 the Ambassador General Jagath Jayasuirya called on the Brazil Navy Commander Admiral Eduardo Bacellar Leal Feireira at his Headquarters.

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The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Brasilia, Brazil hosted a reception to mark the 68th National Day at the Ambassador´s official residence at Lago Sul, Brasilia on 03rd February 2016.

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Dr. Ashwien Kanhai has assumed responsibilities as the new Honorary Consul for Sri Lanka to Suriname. On behalf of the Hon. Mangala Samaraweera, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, Ambassador General Jagath Jayasuriya handed over the Commission of Appointment to Dr. Ashwien Kanhai on 02nd February 2016 at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Brasilia.

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General Jagath Jayasuriya presented credentials to Her Excellency Dilma Rousseff President of the Federative Republic of Brazil at the President Palace (Palace of Planalto) in Brasilia on 04th November 2015. Along with him, twenty one other Ambassadors too presented their credentials.

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Having an eye on expanding Sri Lanka's presence in the multi-billion Brazilian apparel market, the Export Development Board (EDB) and the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF) in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Embassy in Brazil organized the first ever Apparel Promotion Delegation to Brazil from 22 to 27 September.

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In a bid to promote Sri Lanka Tourism, the Sri Lanka Embassy in Brazil organized an awareness business meeting for leading tour operators and travel agents in the Federal District of Brazil on 02nd August at the Embassy. Twenty representatives from 13 leading Tour companies participated at the event.

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Eager to expand the country´s apparel exports to the Latin America´s biggest apparel market-Brazil, the Export Development Board (EDB) in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Embassy in Brasilia and the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF) organized the Sri Lanka participation at the ´Brazil International Apparel Sourcing Show´ from 26-29 May in Sao Paulo. The event was organized by Conferences & Exhibition Management Services Ltd (CEMS Global) in the USA.

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Embassy of Sri Lanka in Brazil organized a Luncheon business meeting at the Embassy on 27th March 2015 as a part of the annual trade promotional project for enhancing exports to Brazil by identifying new importers. The event was attended by leading retailers and importers based in Brasilia, the Capital of Brazil.

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The Sri Lanka Embassy in Brazil in collaboration with Aitken Spence Travels of Sri Lanka organised the first ever familiarization tour for Brazilian tour operators and destination promoters from 03rd to 10th December 2014. Twelve leading tour operators and destination promoters participated in this programme.

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