Trump Administration Very Late on China Report Required by Tibet Act

The State Department of Donald Trump’s administration is very late on China report required by the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act. The US Congress is getting frustrated over the delay in submitting the report over the situation the past year. According to reports, the state department’s report is one month overdue to the Congress.

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US Will Fund $19 Million for Tibet Programs in 2020

As per the approval from both the houses and the President, United States will provide $19 million for Tibet programs in funding. The new spending bills of US includes steady spending support for Tibet programs in the new period. US President Donald Trump signed the final approvals of the spending late last month.

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US Congress Moves Bill to Support Tibet, China Strongly Opposes

A bill to support Tibet and strengthen their policy of support has been moved into the US Congress and China has quickly stepped up to criticize in firm opposition to the introduction of the new bill. While the US House Foreign Affairs Committee has unanimously approved to move the bill, Chinese Foreign Ministry expressed their discontent over the move.

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US Lawmakers to Counter Chinese Interference in Dalai Lama’s Successor

With growing Chinese interference in the crucial issue of the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s reincarnation, US lawmakers are planning to counter the interference by promoting a bill on the issue. According to the sources, a bi-partisan group of US lawmakers are promoting a new bill to increase support to Tibetans.

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American Delegation Assures Complete Support to Tibetans

A bipartisan Congressional delegation from the United States of America has come to the heart of the exile Tibetan community in India and assured their complete support to the Tibetans. The delegation arrived in Dharamshala on a two day visit to the far remote part of India and engaged with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration.

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32 Congressmen Urge Trump to Fully Implement Tibet Policies With China

A group of 32 Congressmen has signed a letter addressed to the Secretary of the State urging the president of United States to properly implement Tibet policies in dealing with China. The bipartisan group of Congressmen has expressed their deep concerns with regard to the well-being of the Tibetan people under Chinese repression.

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China Systematically Banned US Citizens from Tibet: Report

The State Department of United States in their report to the Congress on Monday concluded that China systematically banned the US citizens from Tibet. The state department’s report to the Congress was mandated by the Reciprocal Access to Tibet act passed with bipartisan support in December last year.

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US Reassures Support to Dalai Lama, Tells China to Resume Talks

The United States officials have yet again assured their support to the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama. While reiterating their support to His Holiness and the middle way approach to resolve the Tibetan cause, they also urged China to resume talks with them.

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Chinese Delegation Warns US not to Support Dalai Lama

According to the report in the Global Times a National People’s Congress delegation of legislators from the Tibet Autonomous Region to the United States that completed on Tuesday had stressed on the importance of US-China relationship and warned them not to support the Dalai Lama or so called as the ‘Dalai Clique’ according to the report.

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Let His Holiness the Dalai Lama Go Home: US Congressman To China

A senior US congressman has called on China demanding them to let the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama go home to Tibet while speaking in the House of Representatives in Washington D.C. on Thursday. The United States lawmaker told that His Holiness has the right to return to his homeland whether to stay or visit.

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