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According to a French Senator, France Should Take the Lead in the Eu on Tibet.

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Dharamsala, 19 January (SocialNews.XYZ)President of the French Senate Tibet Support Group, Jacqueline Eustache-Bruno, agreed that the Tibetan struggle is far more deeply rooted, complex, and historically resilient than other issues confronting China and that France should lead the EU on the issue of Tibet.

On Tuesday, Jacqueline met with Tashi Phuntsok, a representative of the Bureau du Tibet in Brussels, and expressed her belief that as the diaspora Tibetan communities in the West grow in size, there is a need to develop and support them.

She assured that the group would work on all of the issues raised by Phuntsok in his speech.

Senators Annick Billon, Bernard Fournier, Olivier Rietmann, Loic Herve, and Andre Gattolin joined Eustache-Brino at the meeting.

Given that France has assumed the EU Presidency, Phuntsok believes that France should lead the EU in promoting European culture and protecting democracy, as stated in President Macron’s goals.

Chinese encroachment on key areas in Europe is substantial and aggressive, putting the EU’s very fabric in jeopardy.

According to a statement on the Central Tibetan Administration’s (CTA) website, Phuntsok demanded that Tibet concerns be prominently discussed at EU-China yearly summits and in China’s human rights talks.

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Because of the epidemic, President Eustache-Bruno indicated the conference would have to be postponed for a while. She did, however, mention a number of the group’s actions, such as meetings with Michel van Walt, Tibetan Parliamentarian Thupten Gyatso, and former political prisoner Dhondup Wangchen, among others.

According to a French Senator, France Should Take the Lead in the Eu on Tibet.
According to a French Senator, France Should Take the Lead in the Eu on Tibet.

She asked the delegate to relay to His Holiness the Dalai Lama the group’s heartfelt wishes.

Phuntsok began by telling the meeting of His Holiness’ good health and expressing his gratitude for the opportunity to meet with the group in the Senate once more.

He recalled the group’s long relationship with Tibet, which began in 1988 and included Senator Louis de Brossia in the Senate and MP Lionel Luca in the National Assembly.

He compared Tibet’s position to that of a large jail, calling it the world’s least free country. Tibetans’ enslavement in Tibet under Chinese rule is best summed up when Tibetans say that getting a passport to travel outside Tibet is easier than getting a passport to get to paradise.

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As a result, he asked the group to campaign for reciprocal access and travel in Tibet in exchange for the freedom enjoyed by Chinese diplomats, tourists, students, and others in the West.

Because His Holiness is the most respected leader in the world, particularly in the Buddhist world, and because the Dalai Lama’s institution is important for the protection of his legacies, he asked the group to ask France, like Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the United States, to announce its position on the succession of the Dalai Lamas.

According to a French Senator, France Should Take the Lead in the Eu on Tibet.
According to a French Senator, France Should Take the Lead in the Eu on Tibet.

He went on to say that putting pressure on China to resume negotiations with Tibetans is just as vital as recognizing the Central Tibetan Administration’s ability to continue on the Dalai Lama’s legacy.

The Dalai Lama, Tibet’s spiritual leader, has lived in India since fleeing his homeland in 1959. This Himachal Pradesh mountainous town is home to the Tibetan government-in-exile, presently known as the CTA.

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