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2february201041Dharamshala: Envoys of Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama said Tuesday they had urged China in talks last week to find a mutually acceptable solution to the Tibetan problem based on the Memorandum. During the ninth round of talks, Tibet's side has submitted an 'explanatory' note of Memorandum to the Chinese leadership to clarify its stand on autonomy for Tibet.

The special envoy of His Holiness, Gyari Lodi Gyaltsen and envoy Kelsang Gyaltsen told a press conference in Dharamshala where Tibetan government in exile based that they were committed to continuing dialogue with China, but Beijing should stop "baseless accusations" against His Holiness, such as referring to him as a "separatist."

"We called upon the Chinese side to stop the baseless accusations against His Holiness and labeling him a separatist. Instead, we urge the Chinese leadership to work with him to find a mutually acceptable solution to the Tibetan problem based on the Memorandum. This will ensure stability, unity and the development of a harmonious society," Gyari Rinpoche said, reading from a statement.

"His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaks on behalf of the Tibetan people, with whom he has a deep and historical relationship and one based on full trust. It cannot be disputed that His Holiness legitimately represents the Tibetan people, and he is certainly viewed as their true representative and spokesperson by them. It is indeed only by means of dialogue with His Holiness the Dalai Lama that the Tibetan issue can be resolved. The recognition of this reality is important," the statement added.

"A major difference between the two sides is the conflicting perspectives on the current situation inside Tibet. So, in order to have a common understanding of the real situation, we suggested a common effort to study the actual reality on the ground, in the spirit of seeking truth from facts. This will help both the sides to move beyond each others' contentions." the statement continued.

"Since His Holiness the Dalai Lama has consistently made his position clear on the future of Tibet within the framework of the People's Republic of China, given political will on the Chinese leadership's side we do not see any reason why we cannot find a common ground on these issues," the statement said.

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