US Does Not Describe Tibet as ‘Inalienable Part of China’

First, a US State Department report does not describe Tibet as “an undeniable part of China”. Faced with significant developments, the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), headquartered in the northern part of India hill, on Thursday said this year’s report pointed to Tibetan victory, as part of the report Tibet does not define Tibet as an undeniable part of China. ”, From previous reports.
This symbolic but important act has been repeatedly condemned by the CTA, and the change is accepted by the Tibet-DC Office, it said. The U.S. Department of State has published its annual report “World Human Rights Reports”.
Organized by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, this year’s report includes more than 50,000 words describing US human rights abuses in China.
To recall previous forums, by the CTA and others, the report covers ongoing human rights issues in Tibet, such as torture, illegal detention, corruption in elections and elections, lack of freedom of assembly, association, movement, religion, research, forced interest, and violence against indigenous peoples.
The forced prominence of Gedhun Choekyi Nyima (11 Panchen Lama), Derung Tsering Dhundrup (Tibetan scholar), and Gen Sonam (chief executive of Potala Palace) has been highlighted, according to the CTA.

The Tibetan section also talks about a plan to force the Chinese Communist Party into an estimated 500,000 Tibetan countrymen, which was noted last September.
In part of China, the report confirms the Trump Administration’s claim that the Chinese Communist Party commits “mid-year genocide and massacres among many Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic and religious groups in Xinjiang”.

“These cases were ongoing and included arbitrary arrests or other deprivations of more than a million people; forced contraception, forced abortion and freedom of movement. ”

A report by Biden Administration highlights the growing vigilance of Tibetans, Uyghurs, dissidents, and religiously united people by the Chinese Ministry of Public Safety.

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