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In what could be seen as a further push for establishing an international mechanism on the crisis in Tibet, US cited Tibet as an area where the EU and US can partner on “common strategic engagement.” The remarks were made by US Under Secretary Maria Otero...
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Tseta  

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Subject: Signs of hope!
Dec 13 2012 05:43 PM

Glad to find this news of US hinting with EU over Tibet, I think it is high time to make a strong multilateral work force to press autocrat regime of China to kneel down and make them listen how the world is concerned about the freedom in Tibet.95 five self immolation in Tibet is not a joke, it is 95 fellow human beings set themselves on fire to cry for freedom and justice in Tibet, and return of H.H.the Dalai Lama in Tibet, without harming a single Chinese oppressor. And the fact here is that China's wrong oppressive policy in Tibet caused all these self immolation in Tibet. All the solution for peace and stability in Tibet is in their hand, they need to change their wrong policy in Tibet.

World Multilateral action on the cause of Tibet is very urgent, we Tibetans very much hope for the strong actions to be taken ASAP now!!!
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