The United States has recognized the work of the 14th Dalai Lama for the genuine autonomy of Tibet and the importance of global peace, harmony, and harmony. With this, the Dalai Lama’s three major commitments have been linked – to promote human values, to promote religious harmony, and to save Tibet’s culture and religion. Reiterating the statement of the Dalai Lama, America said that we also believe that the solution to many conflicts between humans can be found through dialogue.
The US Parliament stated that we support the wishes of the people of Tibet, human rights, and freedom as well as international protection of their religious, cultural, linguistic, and national identity through the resolution.
‘China has no right to choose Dalai Lama’
US Special Ambassador (Ambassador at Large) Samuel D. Brownback said that China has no religious basis to choose the next Dalai Lama and that Tibetan followers of Buddhism have successfully chosen their spiritual leader for hundreds of years. Samuel D. Brownback, during a conference call recalling his visit to India in October, said that he had gone to Dharamshala in India to talk to the Tibetan community and tell them that the United States was against China choosing the next Dalai Lama.
In response to a question, he said, ‘He has no right to do so. They have no religious basis to do so. Tibetan followers of Buddhism have been choosing their leaders successfully for hundreds of years and they still have the right to do so.
Brownback said, “America supports that religious communities have the right to choose their leader. It also includes the next Dalai Lama. We believe that the Communist Party of China is utterly wrong to say that they have the right to choose the Dalai Lama.
14th Dalai Lama living in India after being deported from Tibet
Let me tell you, the 14th Dalai Lama (85) came to India after being deported from Tibet in 1959, he has been living here since then. He came to India after the Chinese action on the revolt of the local people. The Tibetan government in exile works from Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. There are more than 1,60,000 Tibetans living in India.