The Ambassador for Ukraine to Sri Lanka, resident in New Delhi, Igor Polika, and Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka Prasad Kariyawasam exchanged Instruments of Ratification of the ‘Treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters’ and the ‘Treaty on Transfer of Sentenced Persons’ this morning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Colombo.These two treaties that will strengthen legal and judicial cooperation in criminal matters and transfer of sentenced persons between Ukraine and Sri Lanka were signed in June 2016, during the official visit to Ukraine by former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, Mangala Samaraweera. The two countries are also currently in the process of negotiating several agreements in the areas of promotion and protection of investments, merchant shipping, culture, education and sports with a view to further strengthening and expanding bilateral cooperation. (Colombo Gazette)
The European Handball Federation made decision in case of Serbian player Nemanja Obradovic. The 26-years old left back signed contract with Orlen Wisla Plock, but his former team RK Metalurg Skopje put new deal on hold, with explanation that player has a valid contract until 2018.RK Metalurg demanded transfer fee for Obradovic 50.000 EUR, but it was clear that Poles aren’t ready to pay it.At the end, EHF Commission decided that Obradovic is free to sign for a new team. ← Previous Story TSV Hannover Burgdorf at the TOP – Flensburg lose in Leipzig! Next Story → BOMB: Zarko Markovic to RK PPD Zagreb!