The Dalai Lama’s envoys and Chinese officials disagreed more than they agreed at weekend talks on how to move beyond the unrest in Tibet, one of the Tibetan spiritual leader’s representatives said Thursday.
Both sides made “concrete proposals” that could be part of a future agenda for discussions on Tibet, said Lodi Gyari, a special envoy for the Dalai Lama.
But divisions remained between the two sides.
“We disagreed more than we agreed,” Gyari said. “Our counterparts again made baseless allegations against the Dalai Lama for derailing and sabotaging the Beijing Olympics. But we made it very clear that the Dalai Lama supported the Olympics from day one.”
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