China Opposes U.S. law on Tibet Policy

China would impose reciprocal measures against unnamed American officials and their relatives who were behind a legislation passed by the US Congress on Tibet.

China would impose reciprocal measures against unnamed American officials and their relatives who were behind a legislation passed by the US Congress on Tibet. 

According to the state-run Xinhua news agency, the US Congress has approved a USD 900-billion COVID-19 relief package late, along with USD 1.4 trillion of regular government funding, that also includes some acts regarding Tibet and Taiwan, as well as clauses relating to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

The act urges the US government to implement economic and visa sanctions against any Chinese official who will interfere with the Dalai Lama’s succession.

The bill also prohibits China from establishing any new consulates in the United States until Washington has granted its own diplomatic outpost in Tibet.

As a result, China has taken reciprocal countermeasures against the US individuals and their family members who are primarily responsible for recent interference in China’s internal affairs. 

According to Wang Wenbin, China’s internal affairs ministry,  the Chinese government is firmly determined to safeguard China’s sovereignty, security and development interests.


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