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China: Tibet will build a second rail line, has announced a five-year plan

China: Tibet will build a second rail line, has announced a five-year plan

#Cosmoread: China, turbulent remote region of Tibet to add your cities in preparation for laying the railway line. China’s government said on Saturday. South-west city of Chengdu railway line will connect the Tibetan capital Lhasa. The new line will arrive in Chengdu 15 hours.

Laying the railway line in the draft declaration of China’s new Five Year Plan has been.

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According to the report, the new rail line will connect downtown in 15 hours.

In many ways, the most sensitive area for China’s Tibet.

Indeed, this strategic region, India, Nepal and Myanmar is bordered by countries.

However, the Chinese control over Tibet protests that day came.

Railway line was laid out 10 years ago

In 2006, China’s first railway line to Lhasa was laid.

The rail line from Sea Level to 5,000 m (16,400 ft) away from the Tibetan plateau to reach.

Human rights organizations criticized it, saying that the unity and integrity of Tibet will be dissolved.