U.S. Ambassador to India, Timothy J. Roemer, today inaugurated a new Tibetan Refugee Reception Center in Dharamsala, India, funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement between the State Department and the Tibet Fund, a U.S.-based non-government organization that works to preserve the Tibetan identity in exile.
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