Thursday, 7 July 2011

China advises US against Dalai Lama assembly

China cautioned the United States in opposition to cleaving to authorized meeting with the Dalai Lama on Thursday, as thousands of people in Washington assembled to celebrate the Tibetan religious leader's birthday
Foreign Ministry narrator Hong Lei told,"We are firmly against the Dalai Lama engaging in activities aimed at splitting the motherland through overseas visits, we are firmly opposed to foreign governments or any political figures supporting and encouraging such activities."
The Dalai Lama fled Chinese Ruled Tibet in 1959 and has lived in expel in the Indian hill city of Dharamshala yet since. On Tuesday, A senior US State Department official met with him and discussed the US's strong support for Tibet. The White House has not said whether Obama will meet the Dalai Lama, a go that would be convinced to anger China, which has tried for years to separate the Tibetan spiritual leader in spite of his global popularity.
We expect the US will severely abide by its promised on the Tibet religious issue, proceed from the on the whole interests of joint relations and cautiously and properly handle the relevant issue.


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