Times of India
ANI / Jul 14, 2021, 12:51 IST
NEW DELHI: Penpa Tsering, president of the Tibetan government-in-exile on Wednesday, hinted that talks with China are possible if it allows Dalai Lama to visit Tibet on a pilgrimage.
“His holiness wishes to visit China and also his birthplace and the capital of Tibet, Lhasa, whenever that is possible because it is dependent on them we cannot decide for the Chinese government. Therefore we made that appeal and if it works then I believe that there could be a meeting and that meeting could create a roadmap for future resolution of the Sino-Tibet conflict in a mutual agreement about a nonviolent lasting solution for Tibet,” Penpa Tsering told ANI.
“We have to keep our hope alive. Irrespective of what China thinks now or what China thought in the past. It’s very important that we continue our engagements with the Chinese leadership and we will from our side make all efforts to reach out to the Chinese government and make our intentions and position clear. Now it is up to the Chinese government to respond positively or to leave it as it is depending on how they read the situations so in that respect we made our intentions clear,” he further said.
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