China has hit out at the European Parliament for overlooking its "solid restriction" after President Martin Schulz met with the Dalai Lama on September 14.
Considered a separatist by Beijing, the Tibetan otherworldly pioneer made a trip to Strasbourg a week ago, where he additionally met with the Chairman for the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs Elmar Brok, as indicated by China News Service.
"China is immovably contradicted to the wrongdoing of the European Parliament, and can't be relied upon to stay impassive," said Foreign Ministry representative Lu Kang on September 19.
"China-EU relations have set out on another period of quick advancement. It is trusted that the EU side can adjust their wrong doing."
The Guardian reports that the visit conflicted with past duties by the European Union on the issue of Tibet.
The episode denote the second time in a week that China has issued an announcement on the Dalai Lama, after it cautioned Taiwan against permitting the 81-year-old to visit taking after a welcome from official Freddy Lim.