No anti-China activities: China tells India

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Beijing, Aug 24: In order not to break the relationship between India and China, Chinese government on Tuesday, Aug 24 said they hope India would not let Tibetans to engage in anti-China activities in the Country.

Commenting for the first time on the recent meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the Dalai Lama, the Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson conveyed India that they oppose any foreign leaders meeting the Tibetan spiritual leader.

"China hopes that the Indian side observes its commitments to Tibet related issues and prudently handle relevant issues so as to refrain from any disruption to the overall relationship between China and India," said the spokes person.

The spokesperson's reactions did not refer to external minister S M Krishna's clarification stating that India considers the Tibetan leader an "honoured guest" but does not "encourage" him to engage in political activities.

While China considers the 75-year-old Dalai Lama as a separatist who is trying to split Tibet from China.

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