Special report: Dalai's separatist activities condemned
BEIJING, March 18 (Xinhua) -- The door of dialogue still opens to the Dalai Lama, so long as he gives up the position for "Tibet Independence", so long as he recognizes Tibet and Taiwan as inalienable parts of the Chinese territory, said Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao here on Tuesday.
"We can see clearly from these two key issues how
hypocritical the Dalai Lama is," said the Premier at a press conference upon
conclusion of the annual session of the National People's Congress, China's top
"I would like to ask, from the appalling incidents in
Lhasa to similar turmoil in other parts of China and the mobs to attack Chinese
diplomatic missions overseas, don't these conducts have nothing to do with the
Dalai Lama?" Wen questioned.
He noted, however, China's original proposition is
still unchanged. "We mean what we say," he said. "We need to watch what the
Dalai Lama does. It is up to his actions."
On March 14, violence involving beating, smashing
property, looting and arson broke out in Lhasa. There are ample facts proving
the riot was organized, premeditated, masterminded and incited by the Dalai Lama
clique, Wen told reporters.