Nozin Drolma (left), Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information of the Central Tibetan Administration said, (provided by the Legislative Yuan)
[Reporter Su Yongyao/Taipei Report] Legislative Yuan Yu Xikun met with Nozin Drolma, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information of the Central Tibetan Administration, Secretary-General Karma Choying, and Dalai Lama Tibetan Religious Foundation Kelsang Gyen this afternoon (28th) The chairman of the board of directors and his party.
Norzen Drolma said that in recent years, Tibet's political situation and freedom of movement have become more and more regressive.
The era of Xi Jinping has intensified, using various methods, including entering homes to remove the portrait of the Dalai Lama, checking Tibetan mobile phones, sending children to units such as military schools, etc., trying to eradicate Tibetan culture. His crimes are too numerous to list.
You Xikun was accompanied by non-party legislator Lin Changzuo, DPP legislators Hong Shenhan and Wang Dingyu, Times Power legislator Chen Jiaohua and others.
You Xikun said that both Tibet and Taiwan are working hard to fight for and maintain freedom and democracy under the power of evil neighbors. Because of similar experiences, this meeting is as cordial as old friends meeting again.
He reiterated that democracy and human rights are universal values in the world. Although both Taiwan and the Central Tibetan Administration are facing unprecedented severe challenges, Taiwan will stand with all democratic countries to defend human rights and work together for global peace, stability and development.
In her speech, Norzen Droma first thanked all the people present and expressed her most sincere thanks.
She said that Dean You's speech just now greatly increased their confidence and courage, and she was deeply moved.
The arduous journey of democracy that Taiwan has gone through provides direction for the people of Hong Kong and Tibet who are suffering from the CCP, and also encourages them to continue to pursue the freedom that belongs to Tibetans.
In recent years, Tibet has regressed further in terms of political conditions and freedom of movement.
According to their statistics, a total of 157 Tibetans with clear names set themselves on fire to express their demands for freedom and the hope that the Dalai Lama would return to Tibet.
But the CCP has never responded to them, and it has intensified in the era of Xi Jinping, using various methods, including entering homes to remove the portrait of the Dalai Lama, checking Tibetan mobile phones, and sending children to units such as military schools, etc., in an attempt to eradicate The crimes of Tibetan culture are too numerous to list.
Norzen Drolma said that they tried to solve the problems between the CCP and Tibet through the middle-way strategy of peace talks, but this win-win strategy not only failed to respond from the CCP authorities, but was also stigmatized as Tibetan independence.
She sadly pointed out that China wants to develop into a world power in various fields. Therefore, Taiwan and Tibet have suffered greatly from China's cognitive operations. This is also a challenge that Taiwan and Tibet must face together.
Fortunately, Taiwan's democratic literacy has set an example for the suffering Tibetans, allowing them to see hope that if they can manage themselves on their own land in the future, they can also establish a democratic system like Taiwan.
Finally, Norzen Droma hoped that Taiwan would continue to support Tibet in pursuing their freedom and human rights.
Legislative President You Xikun met with Nozin Drolma, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information of the Central Tibetan Administration, Secretary-General Karma Choying, and Kelsang Gyen, Chairman and Chairman of the Dalai Lama Tibetan Religious Foundation.
(Provided by the Legislative Yuan)