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Tibetan diaspora members protest outside Chinese embassy in Vienna to mark 65th National Uprising Day
National Uprising Day
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Tibetan diaspora members protest outside Chinese embassy in Vienna to mark 65th National Uprising Day

| @indiablooms | 13 Mar 2024, 12:48 am

Members of the Tibetan diaspora, under the umbrella of Tibetan Community Organisation in Vienna, along with Voluntary Tibet Advocacy Groups (V-TAGs), Austria, recently demonstrated outside the Chinese Embassy in the city over the occupation of Tibet by China.

To raise their voice against Chinese oppression, the Tibet diaspora turned up in large numbers and commemorated the 65th Tibetan National Uprising Day, reported ANI.

According to reports, 200 demonstrators protested with Tibetan flags and posters, highlighting the atrocities and genocidal actions committed by China in Tibet.

They raised slogans like “Tibet belongs to Tibetans!”, “Long live the Dalai Lama!”, “Tibet was never a part of China,” and “China should leave Tibet” during this protest, the Indian news agency reported.

Austrian politician  Dolores Bakos joined the protest.

Speaking in the protest, Dolores Bakos expressed the solidarity of the Austrian people with the cause of Tibet and mentioned that her party would continue to stand for Tibet and would work with the Tibetan Diaspora in Austria to get justice for Tibet and make China accountable in international forums, the news agency reported.

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