China’s secretive plan also went to the monastery in Tibet

the three-day visit to Tibet ‘s autonomous region was completed on Friday, but it was reported two days later on Sunday. According to media reports, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Lhasa, Yarlung Jangbo (Brahmaputra river) and Nanychi and Shan cities between 25-27 July, the capital of Tibet. During this, he called Tibet an integral part of the sacred area of ​​China and said to increase the national unity and goodwill from religious leaders.

Lee said that he hopes that Tibet will achieve development and prosperity, will preserve national unity and promote solidarity between different ethnic groups. The traditional residence of the Dalai Lama in Li Lhasa went to the famous Potala Palace and he said that the government will promote cultural heritage as well as promote it. This place is now included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Chinese Premier Lhasa also visited the Junk Monument, which is considered the most sacred place in Tibet. This year there was a fire, but the damage caused by the ban was not known.
Last week, American Vice President Mike Pains had said that Tibetans were brutally suppressed by the Chinese government. Not only that, in June this year, the UNHC High Commissioner had said that conditions in Tibet are getting worse.

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