British Prime Minister David Cameron who watched the controversial documentary No Fire Zone by Callum Macrae over the weekend, tweeted that he would have “serious questions” to raise with Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa when he arrived in Colombo for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) later this week.
Cameron said on his official Twitter account that he had seen the documentary that alleges to show footage giving evidence of serious war crimes committed by the Sri Lankan armed forces that it had been a “chilling documentary.”
Amid pressure for the British Prime Minister to boycott CHOGM in protest against Colombo’s terrible human rights record, Cameron and members of his Government have repeatedly assured the Parliament and the media that they would be going to Sri Lanka to “talk tough” in person to the Rajapaksa regime.
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