President Barack Obama plans to meet with the Dalai Lama when the Tibetan spiritual leader visits the United States but no date has been set.
Speaking to reporters in Beijing, Zhu Weiqun, executive vice
minister for the Chinese Communist Party's Central Committee, said the
United States would violate international rules by meeting the Tibetan Buddhist monk, Xinhua reported.
Saying such a move would be both irrational and harmful, Zhu said,
"If a country decides to do so, we will take necessary measures to help
them realize this."
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