Xi Jinping condolences religious figures in Tibet

Xi Jinping condolences religious figures in Tibet

Shanghai : China | Jul 21, 2011 at 1:15 AM PDT
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Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping

Peaceful Liberation of Tibet is Lhasa to attend the 60th anniversary celebration of the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau Standing Committee member and Vice President, Xi Jinping, head of the delegation, 20, came to the Jokhang Temple, Tibet's religious patriots visited and saluted. More than 100 representatives and religious figures in Tibet Jokhang monks on behalf of the highest ceremonial welcome the arrival of the delegation. Xi asked them about the temple and the monks to protect the living conditions of the delegation on behalf of the central religious figures to extend my cordial greetings to the region. Xi Jinping said that China is a unified multi-ethnic country, the motherland is the sacred territory since ancient times Tibet an inalienable part. Tibet's peaceful liberation 60 years has undergone enormous changes in people's lives have been greatly improved. Xi stressed that accelerating leaps and bounds and long-term stability in Tibet, Tibet is the common aspiration of the people, but also including religious figures, including the common responsibility of all ethnic groups in Tibet. He hoped that religious people always with the party and government work together, hold high the banner of patriotism, to inherit and carry forward the patriotism, protecting the country riding the fine tradition, and consciously make a clean break with the separatist forces in Tibet's development by leaps and bounds for the improvement of living standards for making new contributions to the prosperity of the motherland.

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Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping
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