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Tamilnation > Struggle for Tamil Eelam > Conflict Resolution - Tamil Eelam - Sri Lanka > Norwegian Peace Initiative > LTTE's Unilateral Ceasefires > Sri Lanka still to take steps towards peace says Norway
Sri Lanka still to take steps towards peace says Norway
Hindustan Times, 25 March 2001
Though the LTTE has been observing a ceasefire for the past three months, Sri Lanka has not taken any steps towards peace, Norwegian peace envoy Eric Solheim has said.
"However, I believe that the Chandrika Government will participate in the peace process," Mr Solheim said in an interview to the London-based Tamil radio station, Independent Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) on Thursday, a full transcript of which appeared in the Colombo Tamil daily "Virakesari" today.
Huge cache of weapon: The Lankan Police have unearthed a large stockpile of weapons worth Rs 15 million from an arsenal of the LTTE in the northern Jaffna city. The weapons seized included anti-aircraft weapons, explosives, automatic firearms.