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Overseas Ministry’s Consular Affairs Division to restrict companies


Sri Lanka’s Overseas Ministry has issued a discover stating that its Consular Affairs Division shall be offering companies for less than 150 walk-in clients day by day from Monday (22). 

The overseas ministry stated that attributable to a breakdown of the Digital Doc Attestation System (e-DAS) within the Consular Affairs Division of the Overseas Ministry, attestation companies in the course of the previous week had been disrupted leading to lengthy delays in offering companies. 

As well as, the Department Attestation System on the Regional Consular Places of work and Sri Lanka Missions abroad are additionally affected, it stated. 

A Technical workforce of the Ministry is working to rectify these points. Therefore, the Consular Affairs Division would be capable to present companies for less than 150 walk-in clients day by day underneath these circumstances from subsequent Monday (22), the ministry stated.

Regular companies for certificates /paperwork attestation may very well be supplied as soon as these points are rectified. Updates shall be notified to the general public as quickly because the system upkeep is accomplished, the discover stated.

The general public is requested to contact the Consular Affairs Division through 011- 2338812 or dgcons@mfa.gov.lk for extra info.

 



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