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Dalai Lama greets Korean leaders over peace talks

IANS  |  Dharamsala 

Tibetan the has written separately to North and South Korean leaders to congratulate them on their pledge to make the nuclear weapons free.

"As an for demilitarisation throughout the world and complete elimination of all nuclear weapons, I wholeheartedly welcome the outcome of your discussions to secure lasting peace on the Korean peninsula," the Nobel Peace Laureate wrote.

"Seeing the immense suffering caused by war and violence in so many different parts of the world is deeply distressing. What (you) have shown is that taking a genuinely peaceful approach and entering into dialogue is the only way to achieve friendship, trust and peace," he said.

"I am confident the international community solidly supports the positive steps that (you) have taken," the added.

The fled to in March 1959. The Tibetan government-in-exile is based in in



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First Published: Tue, May 01 2018. 17:48 IST