Please refer to the following for the introduction and prior to 1948 and for all documents visit https://tamilgenocide.com/te
Pirapaharan’s statements between 1984 and 1993 reproduced in book form in Europe
THE THIMPU DECLARATION OF 1985
A joint statement made by the Tamil delegation at the Indian brokered peace negotiation on 13th July 1985 in Bhutan capital.
- Recognition of the Tamils of Sri Lanka as a nation
- Recognition of the existence of an identified homeland for the Tamils in Sri Lanka
- Recognition of the right of self determination of the Tamil nation.
- Recognition of the right of citizenship and the fundamental rights of all Tamils who look upon the island as their country/
- THE INDO-SRI LANKA ACCORD OF 1987
- While this Accord appears to be a permanent and durable solution to re-establish the traditional relations between India and Sri Lanka, India refuses to recognize the political reality of Tamil nationalism and remains unwilling to lend its powerful support to secure a constitutional structure in Sri Lanka which recognises the political forces of Tamil nationalism and Tamil interests.
1986: Booklet titled “Tamil Struggle for self-determination” by LTTE
Memorandum Submitted by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to the Eighth Summit Meeting of Non-Aligned Nations held in Harare, Zimbabwe, 24th August – 8th September 1986