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Egy mongol média delegáció Dharamszalába látogatott

2013. április 24./CTA/TibetPress

Jelenleg csak angolul olvasható. Magyarul később.


DHARAMSHALA: A group of Mongolian media delegation is currently on a visit to the Tibetan community in Dharamsala. The visit was organised by the Office of Tibet for East Asia based in Tokyo and Telo Rinpoche, the spiritual head of Kalmykia republic.

The delegation comprised representatives from Mongolian TV and radio services and newspapers.

They visited the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile today and met Speaker Penpa Tsering. The Speaker briefed them about the democratisation of the Tibetan community in exile and the functions of the Tibetan Parliament.

The delegation also visited the Department of Information & International Relations. DIIR Secretary Tashi Phuntsok offered them greetings from the Central Tibetan Administration for visiting Dharamsala.

He briefed the delegation about the evolution and functions of the Central Tibetan Administration in exile.

He told them Tibet and Mongolia shared centuries old historical ties when their powerful empires held sway across Asia, including China. Both Tibet and Mongolia have faced political vicissitudes, he said adding, but the political situation will change.

He said the Mongolian students studying in Tibetan religious, cultural and educational institutions in exile symbolises the continuation of the hundreds of old priest-patron relationship between Tibet and Mongolia.

He told them the Central Tibetan Administration came into being following China’s invasion of Tibet in 1950 and the coming into the exile of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and over 85,000 Tibetans in 1959.

He said the Central Tibetan Administration aims to restore freedom in Tibet and rehabilitate Tibetan refugees in exile. The CTA seeks to restore freedom in Tibet through its commitment to democracy and non-violence and engaging in dialogue with the Chinese government to resolve the issue of Tibet within the framework of China’s constitution.

The rehabilitation includes promoting education among the exile population, building a firm culture of democracy, and paving the way for self-reliance in the Tibetan community.

He said the exile Tibetan administration has evolved into a complete democratic institution on a par with the international standard with the devolution of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s political responsibility to the democratically-elected Tibetan leadership in 2011.

He said Tibetan people’s truthful and non-violent struggle for freedom and dignity will eventually succeed, adding that the world trends have proved that.

He appealed to the media delegation to let the Mongolian people know about the issue of Tibet.

The delegation will meet Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay, the elected leader of the Tibetan and political successor to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and DIIR Kalon Dicki Chhoyang on 25 April.

They are expected to receive an audience with His Holiness the Dalai Lama on 26 April.

They will visit Tibetan educational, religious and cultural institutions in Dharamsala.


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