Tibetan leaders seek global intervention in violence

Tibetan leaders seek global intervention in violence

“I think that the UN should be the first resort for those who wish to express their concerns on the ground in Tibet,” the Tibetan leader told reporters Thursday, referring to a U.N. Security Council meeting scheduled for Monday in New York.

In a series of interviews that followed a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in New York on Monday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang accused “uncontrolled aggression” of 퇴폐 마사지Tibetan protestors in Tibetan areas, though he said his country was not backing Tibetans’ right to protest.

China has already imposed a travel ban on a large number of officials from Tibetan regions of China, and has been accused by some critics of doing too little to condemn abuses.

At least 21 people were killed in clashes with police during rallies outside the Chinese embassy in the northern Chinese city of Tash카지노사이트kent on Friday.

Khasse, the Tibetan leader, condemned the violence during an emergency meeting with his army chief, Gen. Hwang Do, at the Chinese compound in Lhasa where Chinese troops are stationed. Hwang, in charge of Chinese troops and police in Tibet, was in Russia.

“If any country wants to condemn violence in Tibet, it must condemn violence in Tibet,” Kasse told officials during his weekly meeting in Lhasa, referring to Chinese criticism.

Some in the Tibetan exile community, who have long sought to assert their own rights by opposing Chinese control in the region, were alarmed Friday by the government’s statements on Saturday condemning Tibetans’ violence.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said China has nothing to do with the protests and is taking its concerns directly from the region, but the protests are not legitimate, Chinese state news agency Xinhua reported.

인터넷카지노Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei speaks during a press conference in Beijing March 2, 2017. REUTERS/Ming Wei