Prague: Representative Ngodup Dorjee, the Tibet Bureau in Geneva, had meeting with Ms. Miluse Horska, Vice-President of the Senate of the Czech Republic, Senator Mr. Petr Bratsky, Mr. Petr Silar and Mr. Jiri Sestak and Member of Parliament Mr. Marek Benda on 18 January 2017 in Prague.
Representative Ngodup Dorjee updated the Vice President and group of Senators on current human rights situation inside Tibet and presented briefing note along with list of consolidated documents on basic fundamental rights being violated by the Chinese authorities in Tibet in the year 2016 which results act of self-immolations. The briefing note also includes pressing issues on Serta Larung Gar which is world’s largest Buddhist academy and Yarchen Gar nunnery.
Representative Ngodup Dorjee has also had a chance to meet with Mr. Mark Martin, President of Amnesty International office in Prague and discuss in detail about the current human rights situation inside Tibet and particularly on Larung Gar including forced eviction of nuns, monks and demolition of shelters.
Finaly he met with all the TSGs in Prague, Potala, MOS, Lungta, Forum2000, Tibetan Community and Tibet Open House and also met with representative from People in Need, NGO in Prague.
– Report filed by Office of Tibet, Geneva –