A cabinet member of the Tibetan government-in-exile says the
8th rounds of talks that were held Chinese officials were fruitful
despite the public perception’sfailure
of the talks.
"The administration of the Tibetan Government in Exile
considersthe eight rounds of Sino-Tibet
talks extremely fruitful," says Kalon ( cabinet minister) Thubten
Lungrik while giving a public talk at Samyeling Tibetan Camp in Delhi on
He further elaborated on the two main issues that the two
sides could not agreed on. The issues are: “Our refusal to recognizeTibet as part of China historically and our
demand for genuine autonomy for all
three provinces of Tibet.”He
also spoke on the Middle Path Policy of Tibetan Government in Exile and said
that it was not imposed onthe Tibetan
people bythe Dalai Lama but it
was decision of the Tibetan people by democratic means.