US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom Brownbeck recently met with Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama and said that the United States hopes that the United Nations will address the succession of the Dalai Lama to further prevent China from personally selecting the next one. The intention of the candidate.
Agence France-Presse reported that Sam Brownback said that he discussed the succession issue with the 84-year-old Dalai Lama in exile in Dharamsala, India. He told the Dalai Lama that the United States intends to seek support from a country, namely The successor to the Dalai Lama’s choice is “belonging to Tibetan Buddhists, not the Chinese government” and hopes that the United Nations will address this issue.
He admits that China has a veto power in the UN Security Council and will work tirelessly to block any action, but he hopes that countries can at least express their views in the UN.
Brownbeck said: “I think the early dialogue around the world is really important because the Dalai Lama is a global figure with global influence.”
He said: “This is a major event that we are very concerned about at the moment. We must pay attention to it before the incident occurs. If there is anything wrong with the Dalai Lama, the world will have discussed it in advance.”
He also said: “Undoubtedly, I guess the Chinese Communist Party has thought a lot about this matter, so they have plans, and I think we must be equally strong and have plans.”