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Exile gov't denies 10th Sino-Tibetan talks likely in Dec. 10

October 19, 2010

Tibetan Review
October 16, 2010

The exile Tibetan government has denied an Indian
newspaper report Oct 15 that the tenth round of
talks between envoys of the Dalai Lama and
concerned Chinese officials may take place in Dec’10.

"Kalon Tripa Prof Samdhong Rinpoche said in the
interview with Hindustan Times that the Tibetan
side is ready to hold the next round of talks
with Chinese leadership anywhere and at anytime
China wants," said a letter Oct 15 from Mr
Lobsang Choedak, press officer of the exile
government’s Department of Information and
International Relations, to Phayul.com, which
carried a report on the news item.

In the Hindustan Times report, Rinpoche had said
his side was in touch with the Chinese
leadership. "This time, the Tibetan side has
proposed to work on joint strategy with Chinese
counterparts to create more conducive environment
within Tibet," it quoted him as saying.
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