Chinese President Xi Jinping unexpectedly visited Tibet.A video posted on Chinese social media by the Washington-based human rights organization Campaign for International Tibet (ICT) shows President Xi addressing people in Nyingtri City as he walks out of a store in Lhasa Barkhor neighborhood, a "monument of peace." public statement during the period. The Liberation of Tibet stands in front of the Potala Palace, the traditional winter residence of the Dalai Lama.Xi last visited the Tibet Autonomous Region, which covers half of Tibet, when he was Vice President of China in 2011.
At the same time, he visited Lhasa, Nyingtri and Shigatse."Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Tibet is an indication of how high Tibet continues to figure in Chinese policy considerations, given that the visit is connected to the 70th anniversary of the falsely claimed 'peaceful liberation' of Tibet," mentioned the ICT.“China's Henan Province suffered from severe flooding even when Xi Jinping was in Tibet. The organization of this visit and the lack of live coverage in the state media show that Tibet remains a sensitive issue and that the Chinese authorities do not trust the Tibetan people with regard to its legitimacy. ”Citing sources, ICT said Xi Jinping first landed at Mainling Airport in Nyingtri, southeastern Tibet, on July 20.
At a public meeting in Nyingtri, Xi said that it was 10 years ago when he was the representative of the Chinese government delegation at the 60th anniversary of the 17 Point agreement.But this time, he himself first met with the people of Nyingtri and told them that no nation should stand aside in the effort to build a modern socialist China. Xi said society should work to rebuild China and the next 100 years of the Chinese Communist Party.The President also said at a meeting at the Potala Palace in Lhasa:" as long as we follow the Communist Party and as long as we stick to the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics, we will surely realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation as planned".A source told ICT that the trip also allowed them to visit Drepung Monastery, one of the monasteries in Lhasa.
Be sure to visit the guide.People report that they receive calls from security personnel checking their activities for no apparent reason. Roads in parts of Lhasa were closed and the Lhasa city government announced a ban on the use of drones and kites in Lhasa from July 21 to August 17.While intense visits by Xi Jinping are expected in various locations, it is unusual for Chinese state media to not cover his visits to Nyingtri and Lhasa two days later.
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