Colombo, Jan 06 (Agencies): The Sri Lankan Army that scripted a remarkable military victory over the LTTE is now ready to share its counter-terror expertise with foreign military personnel including those from India and Pakistan.

The Sri Lankan army will conduct a training programme on anti-terrorist operations for military personnel from three South Asian countries, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh from next week, the government information department said.

The programme provides anti-terrorist operational training in jungle terrains at the elite commandos' training school in Kuda-Oya, southeast of the island.

"Four personnel from India and Pakistan and one from Bangladesh will participate in this training," army commander Lt General Jagath Jaysuriya was quoted as saying by the information department.

Participants were invited by the Sri lanka army.

The training programme will cover 50–90 days and army personnel from several other countries are expected to undergo similar training in the future," the information department said.

Sri Lankan army was able to eliminate the entire leadership of the rebel outfit LTTE in 2009, ending three decades of conflict which was one of the bloodiest civil wars in the Asian region.