|Sept. 30, 2018 -- A delegation of legislators from southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region concluded a three-day visit to New Zealand Saturday.
The delegation was headed by Koncho Gyaltsen, deputy to the Regional People’s Congress of Tibet and chairman of the Standing Committee of the Qamdo Municipal People’s Congress.
The delegation met with politicians and scholars in Wellington, and attended a reception held by the Chinese Consulate-General in Auckland to celebrate the 69th anniversary of the founding of the PRC. A seminar on Tibetan development was also held in Auckland.
Koncho Gyaltsen introduced the achievements made by Tibet since the peaceful liberation in politics, economy, society, education and religion. He also invited New Zealand’s people to Tibet to have a look at the new Tibet.
The New Zealand side said that New Zealand has always recognized the fact that Tibet is part of China and respected Chinese core interests on Tibet-related issues. They expressed their wishes to continue exchanges and boost mutual understanding between the two sides.
During the visit, the delegation held talks with Tibetans in New Zealand.
By: Ma Yangyang