List do Premiera Szwecji przed Szczytem UE - Chiny
20 listopada 2009 | International Tibet Network

Fredrik Reinfeldt, Premier Szwecji
Ponad 70 europejskich organizacji działających na rzecz Tybetu, wśród nich Fundacja Inna Przestrzeń, wystosowało list do szwedzkiego Premiera przed planowanym na 30 listopada szczytem UE – Chiny. Szwecja sprawuje obecnie Prezydencję w UE.


W naszym stanowisku domagamy się aby temat Tybetu stał się ważną częścią rozmów nastawionych na osiągnięcie konkretnych rezultatów, w szczególności dotyczących:
  • uwolnienie Dhondupa Wanhchena;
  • zatrzymania procesu przesiedlania tybetańskich nomadów;
  • dostępu do Genduna Czokji Nimy, XI Panczenlamy,
  • ustanowienia stanowiska ds. Tybetu w ramach Misjii Komisji Europejskiej w Chinach.
Pełna treść listu w j. angielskim poniżej.



To: Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt

Dear Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt
 
We write as representatives of more than 70 Tibet Support Groups and Tibetan Associations across the European Union to urge you to make Tibet a substantive and results-oriented part of the agenda during the EU-China Summit in Nanjing at the end of his month.

During the Summit, and particularly when meeting Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, we strongly urge you to move beyond broad statements of support for Tibet in order to help make real progress toward a fair and lasting resolution for the Tibetan people.

In light of the EU Presidency's declaration on 29 October 2009, condemning the recent executions of two Tibetans in Lhasa which followed trials that failed to meet even minimal international judicial standards, we urge you to call on China to immediately halt the execution of any more Tibetans, commute all suspended death sentences and seek confirmation of the whereabouts of Tenzin Phuntsok, Kangtsuk and Penkyi, three Tibetans who received death sentences with a reprieve earlier this year.
 
We urge that the outcomes from the EU-China Summit include concrete progress on the following critical issues:
 
•       The release of Dhondup Wangchen, a Tibetan filmmaker who is being tried in secret for exercising his basic right to freedom of expression by interviewing Tibetans in Tibet;
•        A halt to the coercive policy of removing Tibetan nomads from the high-altitude grasslands of the Tibetan Plateau, and a return of the stewardship of these grasslands to Tibet's nomads;
•       The elimination of discriminatory travel restrictions, both on visits to and within Tibet by foreign tourists, journalists and diplomats, and on Tibetans seeking to travel within the PRC and abroad (including difficulties in obtaining passports);
•       Access to Gedun Choekyi Nyima, the 11th Panchen Lama (who was abducted in 1995 by the Chinese government) to establish his well-being and whereabouts;

We further urge that you institutionalise your support for human rights in China and Tibet with the creation of a specific Tibet desk within the Delegation of the European Commission to China.

The European people have consistently demonstrated their overwhelming support for Tibet, and you are uniquely positioned to translate this support into concrete action that could change the course of history for six million Tibetans and signal to the world that nonviolence can triumph over violence and oppression.
 
We look forward to hearing about the progress you make during the EU-China Summit.

Alison Reynolds
Executive Director, International Tibet Support Network

and 75 member organisations based in the European Union:

Austrian Committee for Tibet
Aide aux Refugies Tibetains
Association Dorje
Association Drôme Ardèche-Tibet
Association of Free Tibet 
Association of Tibetans in Germany
Association Rencontres Tibetaines - C.S.P.T. Midi-Pyrenees
Associazione Italia-Tibet
Briancon05 Urgence Tibet
Caisse d'Aide aux Prisonniers Tibetains
Casa del Tibet - Spain
Comite de Apoyo al Tibet (Madrid)
Comite de Soutien au Peuple Tibetain - Bretagne
Comite de Soutien au Peuple Tibetain (Les Lilas)
Comite de Soutien au Peuple Tibetain de l'Herault
Eco-Tibet France
EcoTibet Ireland
France-Tibet
Free Tibet Campaign
Friends of Tibet in Finland
Groupe Non-Violent Louis Lecoin, France
Grupo de Apoio ao Tibete, Portugal
Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights - Tibet Desk (Associate member)
International Campaign for Tibet Deutschland
International Campaign for Tibet Europe
International Society of Human Rights, Munich Chapter
Jamtse Thundel Association
Les Amis du Tibet - Belgium
Les Amis du Tibet Luxembourg
Lions Des Neiges
Lions Des Neiges Mont Blance, France
Lithuanian Tibet Culture Foundation
Maison des Himalayas
Maison du Tibet - Tibet Info (Associate Member)
Nice Tibet, France
Nos Amis de l'Himalaya
Objectif Tibet
Passeport Tibetain
Polish Movement for a Free Tibet
Reseau International des Femmes pour le Tibet
Save Tibet, Austria
Society for Croatia-Tibet Friendship
Society for Threatened Peoples International (Associate Member)
Solidaridad de Andalucía con Tíbet (S.A.T.)
Solidarite Tibet
Students for a Free Tibet - France
Students for a Free Tibet - UK
Students for a Free Tibet, Poland
Swedish Tibet Committee
Tashi Delek Bordeaux
The Other Space Foundation
Tibet 59 / 62 
Tibet cesky
Tibet Initiative Deutschland
Tibet Libertes, France 
Tibet Society, U.K.
Tibet Support Association - Hungary
Tibet Support Committee Denmark -
Tibet Support Group - Ireland
Tibet Support Group - Netherlands
Tibet Support Group - Romania
Tibetan Community Austria
Tibetan Community in Britain
Tibetan Community in Denmark 
Tibetan Community in Ireland
Tibetan Community Sweden
Tibetan Youth UK
Tibetisches Zentrum Hamburg
TSG - Slovenia (Formally Foundation Dharmaling)
TSG Free Tibet And You
Tsowa-Maintenir la Vie, France 
Union Latvija Tibetai (Latvia for Tibet )
Urgence Tibet
Vrienden Van Tibet
Zida Cels, Latvia
 
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