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That this House expresses deep sadness and concern for the current situation in Tibet which sees the country in severe lockdown by the Chinese authorities following recent demonstrations by the Tibetan populace that resulted in over 140 Tibetans killed, over 4,000 Tibetans in detention, a lack of medical aid for those injured, restricted movement, many in hiding for fear of their lives, leaving villages deserted at the crucial time of year when crops need to be sowed and severe food shortages in the cities; and calls on the Government to urge the Chinese authorities to end this suffering by allowing humanitarian aid, under the auspices of the International Red Cross, the UN or other independent bodies, into the Tibetan Autonomous Region and other areas of Tibet.
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