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Rumania (sic) top official praises fast development in Tibet

July 7, 2011

Titus Keerlecaien, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Rumania (sic) Senate, said that he was deeply impressed by the fast economic and social development as well as religious freedom in Tibet during his current visit to the "roof of the world".
During his visit, Titus Keerlecaien was received by Dong Junming, vice chairman of Tibet, and Luosong Droje, vice chairman of Tibet People's Political and Consultative Conference, in Lhasa.
According to Dong Junming, this year marks the 62nd anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Rumania. The bilateral ties has been well maintained based on the principle of mutual respect, mutual benefit, trust and noninterference in each other's internal affairs.
Over the past 60 years, Tibet has been working hard to improve people's production and living conditions by boosting its educational and public health undertakings, enhancing environmental protection, preserving and developing traditional culture and strengthening infrastructure. As a result, Tibetan people are able to live a stable life and enjoy their work.
"As a member of the European Union, Rumania always stands behind China on issues related to Tibet," said Luosong Droje.
"The mutual political trust between us has been enhanced constantly. On issues concerning the core interest of China, we will continue to uphold the One-China Policy," Titus Keerlecaien pointed out.
He also showed his ambition to further enhance the friendly relationship between China and Rumania with more cooperation and exchanges between the two sides.
During their discussion, Titus Keerlecaien extended his congratulations to the Communist Party of China (CPC) on its 90th birthday, and to Tibet on its 60th anniversary of the peaceful liberation.
Invited by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, the delegation led by Titus Keerlecaien commenced to visit China on June 26.
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