LTTE Peace Secretariat

The first archive of the LTTE Peace Secretariat was uploaded to this site on 11th April 2008. In January 2009, the LTTE was formally banned in Sri Lanka by the Government. Days before, the Government announced that it had captured the LTTE strong-hold Killinochchi, where the LTTE Peace Secretariat was physically located. 

This archive was taken today, with information on the humanitarian catastrophe that gripped the Vanni as the Army closed in on the last of the LTTE strongholds. 

Because this site does not work properly offline, you need to use this archive with a desktop search tool like MSN or Google Desktop (or Spotlight with OS X) in order to drill down to the content. 

The archive is around 270Mb and can be downloaded here.

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LTTE Peace Secretariat

An archive of the LTTE Peace Secretariat which at the time of writing was online here. Given the Government’s investigations into the TNA and the nearly year long block on Tamilnet, it may be the case that the LTTE Peace Secretariat website is rendered inaccessible from Sri Lanka in the near future.

This archive contains, along with other content:

  • Prabhakaran’s Heroes Day speeches from 1992
  • All the news archives, press releases from 2003 including attached PDFs, photos and videos
  • The statements issued by the Royal Norwegian Government at the end of the 6 rounds of peace talks between the Government and the LTTE
  • Proposals put forward by the LTTE for an Interim Self Governing Authority
  • Historical documents such as the Thimpu Declaration
  • Photos from 2002 on events that took place during the CFA

Download the LTTE Peace Secretariat archive from here (173.7Mb – broadband connection highly recommended). On unzipped, click on any file beginning with index to get started (e.g. index-56.html). 

Please also see the Government Peace Secretariat’s (SCOPP) archive here.