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Jul 19, 2011

China to Act Tough Against Tibet

BEIJING - Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping has vowed to suppress any attempt is judged to threaten stability in Tibet.

"We must fight against all kinds of separatist activities as did the Dalai Lama and his followers and destroy any action that threatens stability in Tibet as well as national unity," said Xi, told AFP on Tuesday (07/19/2011).

Xi rumored to be a Chinese president in 2013, he was speaking in front of thousands of its citizens in the field center Tibetan capital, Lhasa.

Postwar relatives in China, the first Chinese president Mao Zedong move forward to make the annexation of Tibet and the region.

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has lived in exile for more than half a century. On Saturday, the Dalai Lama met with President of the United States (U.S.), Barack Obama in the White House, and China also called on the U.S. not to see him.

China declared the meeting assessed the U.S. and the Dalai Lama will worsen U.S. relations and China.