US does not support ‘Tibet independence’: Kerry

The United States maintains that Tibet is an inalienable part of China and does not support the independence of Tibet, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday, China Daily reports on Sunday.
According the online newspaper, during a telephone conversation with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Kerry said the U.S. policy on the Tibet issue remains unchanged and will not change.

The Dalia Lama, Tibet’s famous exiled leader, does not remain hopeful about Tibet’s freedom from China, hinting that he will not be announcing a successor. Nevertheless, some Tibetans are protesting here, in Harvard Square, Cambridge, for an independent Tibet on the evening of June first. Photos by Bimal Nepal @bimalnepal 06/01/2016

Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet's independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet’s independence.

Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet's independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet’s independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet's independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet’s independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet's independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet’s independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet's independence.
Tibetans are protesting in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA for the Tibet’s independence.
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