Nine Reverse Osmosis plants declared open for community use
SLNS Rathnadeepa receives replacement engine from Australia
SLNS ‘Sayura’ leaves for LIMA-2017 in Malaysia
Seventy seven (77) Indian and twelve (12) Sri Lankan fishermen repatriated
A total of 89 fishermen, seventy seven (77) Indians and twelve (12) Sri Lankans who were held in custody in respective countries for violation of International Maritime Boundary Line and engaged in illegal fishing practices, were released from custody and repatriated to their counties today (14).
14 Mar 2017
Commanding Officers of Pakistan Naval Ships calls on Commander of the Navy
Three senior Nigerian Naval officers call on Commander of the Navy
Navy bestows another 13 Reverse Osmosis plants on community
Accomplishing another community service project of the Sri Lanka Navy, a total of 13 Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants installed at Wilgamuwa in Matale were declared open by the Central Province Chief Minister Sarath Ekanayaka with the participation of Commander of Sri Lanka Navy Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne yesterday (13).
14 Mar 2017
A disaster management programme held Hambantota