Clear-cut stance safe­guards na­tional se­cu­rity, in­ter­ests

Shanghai Daily - - FRONT PAGE -

China’s Ti­bet Au­ton­o­mous Re­gion has taken a “clear-cut” stance against the Dalai Lama clique and res­o­lutely safe­guarded na­tional se­cu­rity and core in­ter­ests, a re­gional govern­ment of­fi­cial said yes­ter­day.

“Ti­bet has firmly curbed and cracked down on se­ces­sion, in­fil­tra­tion and sab­o­tage ac­tiv­i­ties by hos­tile forces at home and abroad,” said Qizhala, chair­man of the re­gional govern­ment.

Qizhala said the re­gion has taken res­o­lute mea­sures to safe­guard the sta­bil­ity of the re­gion.

He said that the re­gional govern­ment has man­aged reli­gious af­fairs in ac­cor­dance with the law and strictly fol­lowed the re­vised reg­u­la­tions on reli­gious af­fairs. Last year, the re­gion launched an ed­u­ca­tion cam­paign among monks and nuns, and im­proved the mech­a­nism for long-term monastery man­age­ment.

“Ti­bet has also strength­ened joint ef­forts in bor­der ar­eas to main­tain har­mony and sta­bil­ity,” Qizhala said.

(Xinhua)

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