Dharamsala: The second Tibetan general meeting concluded in Dharamsala on Friday recommending the initiation of dialogue process with China, besides garnering global support for the Tibetan cause.

Pledging all out efforts for the fulfillment of Tibetan aspiration, the meeting recommended appointment of special envoys to start dialogue with Beijing.

"We have adopted the recommendation in which committees had urged to appoint special envoys of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to enter into dialogue with China," Tibetan Prime Minister in-exile, Lobsang Sangay said after the meeting.

Stating that his government will look into ways for gaining international support, Sangay said various countries have passed resolution supporting the Tibetan cause and many international organisations have also spoken in their favour.

A total of 31 recommendations will be reviewed by the Tibetan government-in-exile, Sangay said, adding that their implementation may take some time.

"It will take time to implement different recommendations. While some will be implemented in coming few months, others might take place after a long gap," said Sanjay.

Earlier in the day, Tibetans gathered at the Tsuglakhang temple here to pray for long life of their spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.


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