Washington, D.C — US Commission on International Religious Freedom released its 2022 annual report, on April 25, 2022, and said “In 2021, religious freedom conditions in China deteriorated. The government continued to vigorously implement its “sinicization of religion” policy and demand that religious groups and adherents support the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) rule and ideology.”
Washington D.C — Sikyong of Central Tibetan Administration, in a dialogue titled ‘A New Strategy for the Tibetan Democracy Movement: A Conversation with the Tibetan President’, he said, “I want to say that we are with the people of Ukraine and when things were happening there, it reminded us of China's invasion of Tibet in 1950.”
Washington D.C. – “We urge PRC authorities to account for Gedhun Choekyi Nyima’s whereabouts and well-being immediately and to allow him to fully exercise his human rights and fundamental freedoms, in line with the PRC’s international commitments,” said Ned Price, the Spokesperson for the United States Department of State.
Dharamshala — Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, and Minister of the Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), on behalf of Tibetans in Tibet and outside Tibet, extended their most sincere congratulations to Emmanuel Macron on his re-election as President of France on April 24, 2022.
Washington D.C. — Sikyong (President) of the Central Tibetan Administration, on a visit to the United States, raised Tibetan issues and asked for support to resolve the Sino-Tibetan conflict. He said, “The bipartisan US commitment and global leadership in supporting the Tibet cause is a source of great hope for Tibetans in Tibet and outside and will always be remembered.”
Dharamshala — His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet, wrote to President Macron to congratulate him on his re-election as President of France and said, “I wish you every success in meeting the challenges that lie ahead in fulfilling the hopes and aspirations of the French people and in contributing to a more peaceful and harmonious world.”
New Delhi — A group of international experts on Tibet and China had a common observation that the Chinese government’s act of arresting the six-year-old Panchen Lama of Tibet and keeping information about him as a well-guarded state secret for past 27 years has exposed the failure of their policies and seven-decade long colonial rule over Tibet. It is therefore not surprising that China’s failure in making Tibetan people to accept their fake Panchen Lama has emerged as the embodiment of the failure of the Chinese Communist Party policies and its rule over Tibet.