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China's top legislature opposes U.S. lawmakers' meeting with Dalai Lama
update:June 20,2016
BEIJING, June 20, 2016 -- The National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislative body, on Friday voiced strong dissatisfaction after some U.S. lawmakers met with the Dalai Lama in Washington.
"The meeting went against the U.S. commitment that Tibet is a part of Chinese territory and it does not support 'Tibet independence'," said a statement issued by the NPC's Foreign Affairs Committee.
The meeting also breached basic norms of international relations and constituted a severe interference in China's internal affairs, the statement said.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and some lawmakers met with Dalai Lama in Washington on June 14.
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