NEW DELHI: A week ago, Penpa Tsering took over as the new president of the Central Tibetan Administration. Soon after, he said efforts would be made to reach out to the Chinese government to find a mutually beneficial, negotiated and non-violent solution to the Sino-Tibet conflict. Till such a lasting solution is found, we shall represent the voices of Tibetans inside Tibet, he declared. In this conversation with StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale, the new Sikyong spoke on a range of issues, including China’s latest ‘white paper’ on Tibet.
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