- Title: Exiled Tibetans in India support U.S. decision to impose visa curbs on Huawei
- Date: 16th July 2020
- Summary: SHENZHEN, GUANGDONG PROVINCE, CHINA (FILE) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF HUAWEI HEADQUARTERS SHENZHEN, GUANGDONG PROVINCE, CHINA (FILE - APRIL 2012) (REUTERS) PEOPLE WALKING PAST HUAWEI BUILDING HUAWEI SIGN PEOPLE WALKING SHANGHAI, CHINA (FILE) (REUTERS) SMARTPHONE MARKET HUAWEI SMARTPHONE MODELS ON DISPLAY HUAWEI LOGO ON PILLAR
- Embargoed: 30th July 2020 07:36
- Keywords: 5G China Dharamsala Exiled Tibetans Huawei India Mike Pompeo Tibet USA religious freedom
- Location: DHARAMSALA, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA/SHENZHEN, SHANGHAI, CHINA
- City: DHARAMSALA, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA/SHENZHEN, SHANGHAI, CHINA
- Country: India
- Topics: Diplomacy/Foreign Policy,Government/Politics
- Reuters ID: LVA002CN26CSV
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Story Text:The Central Tibetan Administration on Wednesday (July 15) said that the U.S. has taken a good step by curbing visas of Chinese firms like Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, as the Chinese must learn to play by international norms.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had earlier on Wednesday said telecommunications companies around the world "should consider themselves on notice" that if they do business with Huawei, "they are doing business with human-rights abusers."
U.S.-China ties are at the lowest ebb in decades with relations strained over the global coronavirus pandemic, China's military buildup in the South China Sea, its treatment of Uighur Muslims and Beijing's massive trade surpluses.
Secretary of Central Tibetan Administration in India, T.G. Arya said, "China has to play by the international norms, they have to follow the certain rules and regulations."
China sent troops into remote, mountainous Tibet in 1950 in what it officially terms a peaceful liberation and has ruled there with an iron fist ever since.
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