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Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile expressed gratitude to British government

July 15, 2010

July 13, 2010 
Orissa Diary (India)

Bijender Sharma; Dharamshala -- The Tibetan
Parliament-in-Exile today expressed gratitude to
British government led by Prime Minister David
Cameron for their support for a lasting and
peaceful solution to the problems in Tibet.

The press released issued by the Tibetan
Parliament-in-Exile said: "In response to the
felicitation to the newly elected Prime Minister
of the United Kingdom His Excellency David
Cameron by the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, His Excellency expressed that:

"This Government will continue to urge the
Chinese to make progress towards meaningful
autonomy for Tibet. We will continue to impress
upon the Chinese the importance of substantive
dialogue with the Tibetan representatives in good
faith. This is the only way to bring about a
lasting and peaceful solution to the problems in Tibet.

The Government considers that underlying issues
can only be resolved through meaningful dialogue
between the Dalai Lama’s representatives and the
Chinese authorities. Our interest is in long term
stability, which can only achieved through
respect for human rights and greater autonomy for the Tibetans."

On behalf of all the Tibetan people inside and
outside Tibet, the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile
extends its sincere thanks for the supportive response."
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