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China opposes India's invitation of Dalai Lama to visit disputed areas
update:April 01,2017
April 1,2017

April 1,2017--Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang (Source: fmprc.gov.cn)
April 1,2017--China is firmly opposed to any visit by the Dalai Lama to the disputed border region between China and India, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Friday.
Spokesperson Lu Kang made the comment when asked if China has protested to India about the Dalai Lama's scheduled visit next week to a disputed zone in the eastern part of the China-India border area.
"China is gravely concerned about this. Our stance on the eastern part of the China-India border is clear and consistent," Lu said at a routine press briefing.
Lu said the Dalai Lama has long engaged in anti-China separatist activities and has behaved disgracefully on the China-India border issue.

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