Saturday, July 16, 2011

Obama announced that will see the Dalai Lama, China protests: "Cancel the decision"

China has called on President Barack Obama to cancel his decision to receive the Dalai Lama and urged him not to "interfere in China's internal affairs." The spokesman said the Foreign Ministry of China, Hong Lei. The Chinese reaction was swift and not a few minutes after the announcement of the White House that the President of the United States would meet the Tibetan spiritual leader from Beijing departed immediately warnings to American diplomacy.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry and Chinese Embassy in the United States, the spokesman said in a statement, they "formally protested" against Obama's decision. Beijing calls Washington "immediately cancel its decision of the meeting between President Obama and the Dalai Lama", reminding the U.S. that they recognize Chinese sovereignty over Tibet.

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