Sri Lanka: "Foreign countries can bring any number of resolutions against Sri Lanka in the UN Human Rights Council. We have no problem with whether they are passed or not. This time our allies are determined to defeat the resolution.
No matter what happens in the end, we will not change our government's foreign policy position. With the formation of our new government, the President has clearly stated the position of the government to the world in his policy statement on 'One Nation One Law' in Parliament.
At the UN Human Rights Council, foreigners can bring any number of motions against Sri Lanka. What if the proposals are passed and what if they are not? So we have no problem. we will not change our government's foreign policy stance. Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has stated categorically this.