Geneva — Following is the full text of the Declaration, adopted by the the 2019 Geneva Forum, which concluded in Geneva, Switzerland, on November 15, 2019.
Dharamshala, India — "People of Tibet are taking a moderate stand where we are willing to take less than what we deserve so that we can reach a win-win proposition," Tibetan President Dr Lobsang Sangay said, adding: "So that China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity will not be challenged and we will have genuine autonomy for Tibetans."
Dharamshala — "Within the cultural heritage of all humanity, Tibetan culture is a treasure of humanity and the threat it faces is an offense to the civilized world," US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom Samuel D. Brownback said, when addressing the opening ceremony of the First International Conference on Tibetan Performing Arts in Dharamshala, India, on Monday, October 28, 2019.
Geneva — 'The high tech surveillance tools used by China in carrying out repressive policies against the vulnerable people in occupied territories such as Tibetans, Eastern Turkistans and Southern Mongolians,' President Dr Lobsang Sangay said when delivering his opening remarks at 2019 Geneva Forum on China’s High-Tech Repression and Freedom of Religion.
Washington, DC — "Today, we’re finally realizing the degree to which the Chinese Communist Party is truly hostile to the United States and our values, and its worse deeds and words and how they impact us. And we’re able to do that because of the leadership of President Trump," US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Wednesday said, adding: "They were predictable byproducts of dealing with a secretive regime that doesn’t respect fairness, the rule of law, and reciprocity."