Tibetans hail passage of ‘Resolve Tibet Act’ in US Senate

3 weeks ago

Tibetans have welcomed a bipartisan bill passed in the United States Senate urging the Chinese government to engage in dialogue with the Dalai Lama or Tibetan leaders to resolve the China-Tibet dispute.

Resolution to the Tibet-China Dispute Act unanimously passed on May 23 called for dispute resolution following international law, including the United Nations Charter, by peaceful means and through dialogue, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported.

Also known as the Resolve Tibet Act, the bill has some changes that need approval from the House of Representatives and must go to US President Joe Biden, who is likely to sign it into law.

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