Sep 15, 2 years ago

Australian officials meet Minister of Sports Dayasiri Jayasekera officials meet Minister of Sports Dayasiri Jayasekera

Acting High Commissioner of Australian High Commission met with the Hon.Minister of Sports Mr. Dayasiri Jayasekara on 13th of September 2016.

Acting High Commissioner of Australian High Commission Mr.Tim Huggins , Second Secretary of Australian High Commission Mr.Nicholas Burnett, Two officials from the University of Canberra, Ms Naroa Etxebarria and Ms Feli Hopf met with the Honorable Minister of Sports Mr.Dayasiri Jayasekara, Director General Department of Sports Development Mr. Saman Priyantha Bandara, Director National Institute of Sports Sciences Mr.Sajith Jayalal , Director Institute of Sports Medicine Dr.Luxman Edirisinghe and Mr. Sampath Dissanayake, Private Secretary to Hon.Minister of Sports Dayasiri Jayasekera.


The main aims of the program are to strengthen the delegates’ understanding of the Australian Sporting System and realize of the opportunities for partnerships and development of the relations between their countries and Australia (both at a regional and industry sporting organization level) and they participated to Group Photograph too.


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