Mysore, India — While asserting the scope and vision of the Middle Way Approach, the Tibetan finance minister said this week that the Middle Way calls for the preservation of self-identity of Tibet through genuine autonomy while forging reconciliation and harmony with China.
Karma Yeshi, Minister or Kalon of the Department of Finance, Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) who was on an official tour to the southern Tibetan settlements spoke on CTA’s Middle Way Approach, a pragmatic proposition for the peaceful resolution of Tibet issue and the Five Fifty Vision as espoused by the 15th Kashag for the sustenance of Tibetan culture, religion, and identity.
The Minister on Tuesday addressed the members of Gyurmey Tantric Monastery and Dzongkar Choede Monastery at Hunsur Rabgyaling Settlement in Karnataka. The talks were attended by over 250 monks of the Gyurmey and Dzongkar Choede Monastery.
Minister Yeshi asserted the scope and vision of the Middle Way Approach and how it calls for the preservation of self-identity of Tibet through genuine autonomy while forging reconciliation and harmony with China.
Next day in Hunsur, the Tibetan minister addressed the Tibetan community and spoke in depth on the significant undertakings of CTA, the political, environmental and human rights situation in Tibet and the vigorous efforts of the Tibetan leadership in strengthening the Tibetan movement while ensuring the sustenance of Tibetan identity, culture and Tibetan Buddhist tradition in the diasporic Tibetan communities.
After the meeting, the Tibetan Minister departed for Kollegal Tibetan Settlement where he arrived in the evening and was felicitated by the settlement officer and representatives. Kalon will conduct official engagements in Kollegal settlement before making his final official visit to Mundgod. Earlier from 13 to 16 June, Kalon visited Tibetan settlements and monasteries in Bylakuppe.