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Tibet supporters call on Chinese Premier to address Tibetans requests during the 5th annual WFES

January 18, 2012

For Immediate Release

January 16, 2012

Abu Dhabi, UAE - Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will be attending the 5th annual World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi, UAE, from January 16-19. Regarded as the leading figure responsible for China’s economic policy, premier Wen will deliver the keynote speech at WFES. 

Today, UNFFT UAE and supporters will attend this summit to call on him to address Tibetans requests for freedom.[1] In the past year alone, 15 Tibetans have set themselves on fire; at least 11 have died. The majority of self-immolations have taken place in Ngaba County, eastern Tibet.

The Chinese Communist Regime has one of the worst Human Rights records and is known for killing, torturing to death, organ trade (killing prisoners for their organs), sterilization of women (Tibetan) and so forth. China is cruel and selfserving, making sure they *buy* strategic points around the world in weak countries (such as Nepal) for future war fare and world domination.

As concerned Human Rights supporters, we would like to ask governments, rights supporters to be very much alert that any visit by any Chinese *temporary leader*, has great negative implications and consequences for anyone concerned.

In light of the serious situation in Tibet, we call on international community stands with Tibetans in demanding the Chinese government address the longstanding grievances of the Tibetan people.

United Nations For a Free Tibet



1. Please see UNFFT event page at "Tibet is not a part of CHINA":

The United Nations for a Free Tibet (UNFFT) works to raise awareness of gross human rights violations committed against Tibetans in their homeland by the Communist Chinese Army which has occupied Tibet for more that 60 years. Our mission is to educate the public and to advocate for an end to the oppression and atrocities brought by the brutal Communist Chinese occupation. With over 35,000 members spread across the globe, we are a strong ally of Tibet. UNFFT is registered in the United States as a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.
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