Trump’s US Government Approves $17 Million Funding for Tibetans

President Donald Trump led government of the United States has approved the $17 million funding support for the Tibetans in exile and Tibet. Donald Trump has signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2019 on Friday and the fiscal year 2019 funding will be sanctioned through September 30.

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As US Approves Funding for Tibetans, China Fumes

The United States Congress on Wednesday last week approved the Omnibus Bill that included a total of $17 million funding in aid to the Tibetans both inside and outside Tibet. Following this approval, China has accused the US government’s financial support for Tibetans as a latest move for some political forces in the US to pressure China.

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US Congressional Committee Continues Tibet Aid, Approves USD 17 Million

US congressional committees approves $17 million aid to the Tibet issue. Two key congressional committees have approved to provide a $17 million Tibet aid to help the Tibetan administration in exile to preserve and propagate its culture, develop the livelihoods of the Tibetan refugees in India and Nepal according to the fresh reports.

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Tenzin Dorjee Points Why USA Should Not Stop Tibet AID As Trump Suggested

The executive director of Student for Free Tibet, Tenzin Dorjee in a recent article in the HuffPost has pointed out 5 reasons for stopping Donald Trump’s policy of cancelling US’s Aid to Tibet. Tenzin Dorjee’s 5 reasons to stop Trump cutting Tibet AID lists out very convincing and relevant points which the world, especially US should read!

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Donald Trump Proposes Tibetans’ AID Cut, Wants Others To Jump In Now

The new US president Donald Trump proposes Tibetans’ AID cut and wants other countries to jump in now to continue the support required for the Tibetan community. The pioneer of the developed nations and the leader in economy, United States congress will now have to vote for President Trump’s proposal of zero aid for the Tibetan community in the coming year.

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US Sanctions $6 Million for Tibetans in Nepal and India for Fiscal Year 2016

The Congressional budget appropriation bill states “Of the funds appropriated by this Act under the heading, “Economic Support Fund” not less than $6,000,000 shall be made available for programs to promote and preserve Tibetan culture, development, and the resilience of Tibetan communities in India and Nepal, and to assist in the education and development of the next generation of Tibetan leaders from such communities”.

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