A death can be registered at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Ankara provided the following conditions are fulfilled;
Procedure for Registration of Death
The application for registration of death form Registration – (B 11) should be made to the Embassy within three months of the death. (Under "section 30")
When an application is made after 03 months and within one year, reason for delay should be submitted in writing to the Embassy. (Under "section 36")
When an application is made after one year, an explanation addressed to the Registrar General should be forwarded, before such a death is registered at the Embassy.
Certification of Death will be sent to the Consular Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Colombo.
An applicant should be the nearest relative of the deceased or a relative of the deceased who resides in the country, where the death occurred or the main occupant of the house where the death occurred or the doctor in charge of the hospital/public institution where the death occurred or if there are no such person who takes action to dispose of the deceased by burial, cremation or other.
If relatives wish to repatriate human remains, it is necessary to get relevant certification from the Embassy for Death Certificate issued from relevant authorities and other Export certificates.
Repatriation Human Remains to Sri Lanka
If the deceased person is a Sri Lankan national following documents should be certified from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey or accredited country and legalized from the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Turkey.
Please note: Death & Cremation Certificates should be certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey or accredited country and the Embassy of Sri Lank in Turkey. Further should check with the airline and airport(s), which you will be travelling through, for their requirements.