October 20, 2018
Published By Tenzin Choetso

CTA President Dr. Lobsang Sangay presenting power point presentation on the recently held Five Fifty forum to the officials and the staffs of CTA. Photo/Tenzin Phende/CTA

Dharamsala: CTA President Dr Lobsang Sangay addressed a gathering of CTA officials and staffs at the T-building, Gangchen Kyishong earlier today.

During his interaction, President Dr. Lobsang Sangay presented a detailed overview of the recently held CTA’s five fifty youth forum as well as the forum on building a resilient Tibetan community.

In order to regenerate the Tibet movement for the next 50 years, President Dr. Lobsang Sangay talked about CTA’s commitment to shaping Tibet’s political future. Speaking on the same, President Sangay talked about how Tibet can promote a dialogue with China through the Middle Way Policy.

At present, President conveyed that the international community pays more attention to and supports ‘Tibet issue’ than the issue of Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macao etc. acknowledging the flexibility of Tibet’s Middle Way Policy. One clear example could be the recently launched Czech parliamentary group for Tibet.

President Dr. Lobsang further highlighted and necessitated the need to change the narratives for the CTA from victim to that of empowered and successful.

“Engaging with other governments despite China’s growing influence is one way to further CTA’s five fifty vision,” said Dr. Lobsang Sangay.

Following which, President Dr. Lobsang Sangay briefly discussed the newly amended electoral laws passed by the 16th Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile during its 6th session held recently.

Concluding his hourly interaction with the officials and staffs of the CTA, President encouraged them to continue working in unity as he noted they represent different parts of an engine that is the CTA.

CTA Kalons, secretaries, officials and staffs attending the talk session with CTA President Dr. Lobsang Sangay. Photo/Tenzin Phende/CTA

President Dr. Lobsang Sangay discussing on Tibet’s middle way policy. Photo/Tenzin Phende/CTA

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