Beijing to meet Dalai's private representative

Updated: 2008-04-25 16:13

BEIJING -- China's central government department will meet with Dalai's private representative in the coming days, Xinhua learned from official sources on Friday.

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"In view of the requests repeatedly made by the Dalai side for resuming talks, the relevant department of the central government will have contact and consultation with Dalai's private representative in the coming days," an official said.

"The policy of the central government towards Dalai has been consistent and the door of dialogue has remained open," he said.

"It is hoped that through contact and consultation, the Dalai side will take credible moves to stop activities aimed at splitting China, stop plotting and inciting violence and stop disrupting and sabotaging the Beijing Olympic Games so as to create conditions for talks."

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