With the consistent devotion to supporting the Tibetan freedom movement and its peaceful resistance against Chinese oppression, over 1400 institutions across six countries under the jurisdiction of the Tibet Bureau in Geneva unfurled the Tibetan national flag on the 63rd Tibetan National Uprising Day, 10 March 2022. The countries include Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy, Liechtenstein and Hungary.
Several city halls hoisted the Tibetan National flag along with the flag of Ukraine to express solidarity and support the voices of people against authoritarian aggression and marked the Tibetan annual day of resistance.
In Switzerland, several municipalities and town halls hoisted the Tibetan national flag on 10 March demonstrating their solidarity with Tibet. For the first time ever, the City of Geneva hoisted the Tibetan national flag in an extraordinary gesture to express continued solidarity for the Tibetan people.
In Germany, over 450 cities, municipalities raised the Tibetan National flag in solidarity with Tibet’s struggle for freedom and justice. In the Czech Republic, marking the 63rd Tibetan National Uprising Day, Czech minister of science and research Hon’ble Helena Langsadlova unfurled the Tibetan National flag, condemned “Chinese oppressions on Tibetans” and wished “Freedom for Tibet”, on the social media platform.
Furthermore, both the houses of the Czech parliament marked the 63rd Tibetan national uprising by hoisting the Tibetan National flag. Furthermore, over 926 town halls, municipalities and learning centers in the Czech Republic hoisted the Tibetan national flag on 10 March, including the city hall of Prague.
In Italy, city council halls of Turin, Arezzo and city councillors of Todi raised Tibetan National flags, along with an official Tibetan flag hoisting ceremony president by president of the city councillor of Turin, Italy. Similarly, In Hungary, the Tibetan national flag was hoisted on the building of the mayor’s office. In Liechtenstein, for the first time, the Tibetan National flag was hoisted in front of the country’s cultural center to mark the Tibetan national uprising day.