Former Indian Ambassador to address Tibetan Conference

Apr 10, 2012 10:30 | Tibet News

Former Indian Ambassador to Bhutan, Uzbekistan will address Tibetan Conference at Dharamsala

Dharamsala/Arvind Sharma

The Tibet Policy Institute of the Tibetan Government in Exile  is organizing  a one day conference on“Tibet: The Third Pole & It's Global Significance”,in Dharamsala on 11 th April at Dharamsala.
The spokesperson of the organizers said that Tibeta prime Minister (Kalon Tripa )Dr Lobsang Sangay will deliver a keynote address of the conference, followed by an address by Mr Dalip Mehta, former Indian Ambassador to Bhutan and the Central Asian Republics of Uzbekistan,Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, about Environment Security.
The one-day conference will put the spotlight on crucial issues impacting Tibet such as Mining in Tibet, Geological evolution of the Tibetan plateau, Pastoral nomads of Tibet, Damming Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahmaputra river), mineral resources in Tibet, and the way forward.
Other keynote speakers at the conference include Mr Mathew Akester, Prof Ngawang Phuntsok, and Mr Tenzin Norbu and Tsering Dhondup from Environment And Development Desk of the CTA.