Sunday, July 17, 2011

The White House responded to the remarks on China to meet Dalai Lama Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama

After China expressed deep anger and opposition to the meeting of U.S. President Barack Obama with the Tibetan spiritual leaderthe Dalai Lama, the reply was that the White House that Obamaexpressed his support for the identity of Tibet and its human rights
The statement issued by the White House that the U.S. Presidentexpressed - during this meeting, which took 45 minutes - his support for direct talks between China and Tibet, describing the talks as a way to achieve peace

The network quoted a "CNN" American from the White Housesaying that the U.S. President during the meeting focused on the policy of the United States believes that Tibet is part of the Republic of China, and they do not support Tibetan independencefrom China

The White House confirmed that the Dalai Lama said he is not seeking Tibetan independence, but hoped to resume talks between his representatives and the Chinese government soon

He also praised U.S. President's commitment to the spiritual leader of Tibet, the policy of non-violence and the quest for a compromise with China, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has described Obama's meeting the Dalai Lama as interference inChina's internal affairs and hurts Chinese people's feelings and harm China-US relations

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