London — Chairman of the three major political parties in the UK and Conservative ex-minister Tim Loughton stood up in the House of Commons to speak for Tibet issues, by presenting the Tibet (Reciprocal Access) Bill, which would require an annual report to Parliament on the restrictions imposed on UK nationals visiting Tibet, and allowing those involved in imposing such restrictions to be denied permission to enter the UK.

Washington DC — Nyima Lhamo, a Tibetan activist, whose uncle Tenzin Delek Rinpoche, one of the most prominent Tibetan religious leaders died in a Chinese prison, has strongly appealed to the United States President Donald Trump for continued support for Tibet and support for the return of the His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama to Tibet.

London — Speaker of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom has praised the good and important work of the President of the Tibetan-government-in-exile, now officially known as Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), saying that the Tibetan President represents the people of Tibet.

Rovereto — In the presence of Tibetan President Dr Lobsang Sangay as the Chief Guest, the City of Rovereto, Italy, hoisted the National flag of Tibet at the Bell of Peace, on July 12, 2019, to honor Tibet's peaceful and non-violent struggle for freedom from the Chinese totalitarian regime.

Dharamshala, India — To honor His Holiness the Dalai Lama on his 84th birthday, Dr Lobsang Sangay, the President of the Tibetan-government-in-exile, officially known as Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), based in Dharamshala, India, highly praised the extraordinary achievements of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, which spans across the globe and the great accomplishments of the Tibetan people, in and outside Tibet.

Edinburgh— Speaking to the Cross Party Group for Tibet at the Scottish parliament, the president of the Tibetan-government-in-exile, officially known as Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), said China's communist authoritarian regime imposed a policy that aimed at eliminating all traces of Tibetan religion, culture and identity during the period 1950s-1960s when the Chinese authorities killed over a million Tibetans and destroyed more than 98% of the monasteries in Tibet.

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