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Sri Lanka to attract 5,000 Russian tourists a month

COLOMBO (News 1st) – Sri Lanka is planning to attract over 5,000 Russian visitors a month, said Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the Russian Federation, Prof. Janita A.

Liyanage.She said that the Sri Lankan Embassy has already launched a series of promotional campaigns to attract Russian tourists.She said that the Sri Lanka mission in Moscow orgaznied several promotional campaigns in key Russian cities including St. Petersburg. Russia’s leading carrier Aeroflot Airlines resumed operations between Colombo and Moscow on October 10th after suspending services to Sri Lanka for over four months.Aeroflot suspended its flights to Sri Lanka on June 04 this year after Sri Lankan authorities detained its Airbus A330 jet arrived at BIA on June 02, following an enjoining order issued by the Colombo Commercial High Court preventing an Aeroflot flight from leaving Sri Lanka after hearing a complaint filed by Celestial Aviation Trading Limited in Ireland.In July, the Colombo Commercial High Court dismissed the case filed by the Irish company against Russia’s Aeroflot Airline.Aeroflot will operate two flights a week in October on Sundays and Thursdays, and four flights a week from November with Aeroflot’s Airbus A330-300 aircraft.

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Sri Lanka, India abstain on UN resolution calling on Russia to make reparations to Ukraine - newsfirst.lk - China - Iran - India - Indonesia - Sri Lanka - Nepal - Israel - Pakistan - Russia - Bangladesh - Bhutan - South Africa - Cuba - Brazil - city Moscow - North Korea - Syria - Egypt - Belarus - Ukraine
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Sri Lanka, India abstain on UN resolution calling on Russia to make reparations to Ukraine
COLOMBO (News 1st) – Sri Lanka, India and several other countries abstained from voting on a draft resolution approved by the UN General Assembly that recognised that Russia must be responsible for making reparations to Ukraine.The draft resolution, ‘Furtherance of remedy and reparation for aggression against Ukraine’, introduced by Ukraine, was adopted on Monday (14) in the 193-member UN General Assembly by a recorded vote of 94 in favour, 14 against and 73 abstentions, including by India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Israel, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka.Those voting against the resolution were Belarus, China, Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Russia and Syria.General Assembly resolutions are non-binding, but they carry political weight.The resolution, co-sponsored by nearly 50 nations, recognised that Russia “must be held to account for any violations of international law in or against Ukraine, including its aggression in violation of the Charter of the United Nations, as well as any violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law, and that it must bear the legal consequences of all of its internationally wrongful acts, including making reparation for the injury, including any damage, caused by such acts.” In March, 141 members of the General Assembly voted to denounce Russia’s invasion, and 143 in October voted to condemn Moscow’s attempted annexation of parts of Ukraine. India had also abstained on those two votes.
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Aeroflot: Bandula apologizes for arresting flight
COLOMBO (News 1st) – Minister of Transport Bandula Gunawardena in an interview to Ria Novosti, Russian media, hsa apologized for the arrest of a Russian Aircraft in June.In an interview, the Minister said that it "was a terrible mistake" and that Sri Lankan authorities apologize for what happened.Speaking further, the Minister said that Unfortunately, an error with the Russian aircraft of the company "Aeroflot" led to the flight being arrested by a Court order. However, he said thayt now this problem has been solved, and the President, the Prime Minister and the entire Government of Sri Lanka guarantees that this will never happen again. "We don't want to arrest any planes in Sri Lanka." the Minister said.Although attempts were made, the Minister was not immediately available for a comment on the matter.In June, the Aeroflot A330 (SU289) was grounded in Colombo following a court order obtained by Celestial Aviation Trading 10 Limited of Ireland, the owner of the aircraft, against Aeroflot in a Colombo court, over a lease dispute.However. the Commercial High Court of Colombo reversed its own decision of June 2nd of this year, on the detention of an Aeroflot flight at Bandaranaike International Airport.The Airbus A330-343 operated by Russian state-owned airline Aeroflot was denied permission to fly to Moscow as scheduled on June 2nd amid a legal dispute with a leasing company.
Pennsylvania nanny accused of using a parent's credit card for high-end shopping spree - fox29.com - state Pennsylvania - city Moscow
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Pennsylvania nanny accused of using a parent's credit card for high-end shopping spree
WEST WHITELAND TWP, Pa. - A Pennsylvania nanny is accused of using a parent's credit card to rack up thousands in charges, including a shopping spree at several high-end retail stores. Jessica Gadebusch, 20, was arrested and charged with third-degree felony after authorities say the parents of two noticed nearly $8k in erroneous charges on their card. Anne Carlin, an Exton resident, said she hired Gadebusch when their daycare was suddenly closed by the state due to allegations made against the staff. "We went on Facebook to the babysitting nanny groups and we saw Jessica’s post that she was available immediately," Carlin said.MORE LOCAL HEADLINESDuring Gadebusch's two-week stint as the Carlin's nanny she was given their credit card to take their kids to the zoo and returned the card after the trip. The Carlin's then noticed thousands of hundreds of dollars in charges at Sephora and LuluLemon, as well as an AirBnb transaction. Investigators with the West Whiteland Township Police Department later found the Gadebusch added the Carlin's card to her Apple Wallet to make the purchases."We have to warn our residents that this type of thing may happen," Detective Scott Pezick said. "we allow people in our house, nannys, cleaners, home healthcare workers, and sometimes it’s just an opportunity for people to make bad decisions."Anne Carlin and her husband allegedly had thousands charged to their credit card by their nannny.
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