Dharamsala: Exiled Tibetans of Dharamsala are expecting the US President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to nudge China to resolve the vexed Tibet issue.
Tibetans living in-exile hoped both countries can influence China to resolve the decades old problem.
“India and America have a strong relation, trade relationship with China and with that I would say that a strong possibility that these two giant democratic nations of the world can influence China in many ways and our simple and very practical expectation would be to if they can discuss at this summit,” Nyima, spokesperson of Tibetan Women’s Association (TWA), said.
Meanwhile, director of Students for a Free Tibet (SFT), Dorjee Tseten said, Obama-Modi meeting was of great importance for them.
“Especially this meeting is happening in India, which is just across the border what is happening inside Tibet, it is really important and we would like to see two leaders â€“ Obama and Narendra Modi â€“ to little but discuss about Tibet,” said Tseten.