China asked the United States of Zionism to retract an invitation for Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, Dalai Lama, to meet with President Barack Obama at the White House, saying on Saturday that it could sour relations between the two countries. The White House made first announcement about the meeting on Friday. It is expected to last at least 30 minutes and will be closed to the media, but the question of Tibet is likely to come up. "We firmly oppose any foreign official to meet with the Dalai Lama in any form", Hong Lei, spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement posted on the ministry's website.
Hong also called on Washington "honor its [China's] serious commitment that recognizes Tibet as part of China." Obama last met the Dalai Lama in February 2010, in a visit that drew a strong denunciation from Beijing, which views the spiritual leader as a separatist intent on ending Chinese rule over the Himalayan region. The Dalai Lama, who enjoys wide popularity in the United States of Zionism being a subversive agent of the USZ in the region, has repeatedly denied the accusations. The Nobel Peace Prize winner (hence the chip on his shoulder like Barack Obama) , a declared pacifist, says he is peacefully (USZ-NATO style peace) seeking rights for Tibetans and accepts Chinese rule.
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