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Prime Minister’s meeting with the Dalai Lama

Put that the Dalai Lama had said that he would ask the Prime Minister about investigating recent events in Tibet and to press China about whether or not they will ratify the human rights covenant, the PMS said that we should wait for the meeting to take place tomorrow. As journalists knew, the Dalai Lama was meeting the Prime Minister in his capacity as a spiritual leader, and there would be a chance to give people an update on what was discussed and any conclusions reached after the meeting.

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