Problems need to be resolved through dialogue for the Tibetan spiritual leader speaking to students of Yakumo Academy.

Dalai LamaYakumo Academy - Tokio, Nov 18. During a meeting with students of a school for girls in Tokio Dalai Lama said: “What’s important now is to ensure that the 21st century becomes an era of peace and non-violence".

For Tibetan spiritual leader "It doesn’t mean there won’t be any problems, there will be, so long as sources of conflict remain, but we need to resolve them not by resorting to force, but through dialogue".

He continues lauding Japan's achievements in recovering from the violence it went through.

“It’s not easy to establish peace, but look at what Japan and Germany achieved. After being completely destroyed, these nations rebuilt themselves out of the ashes of their destruction.”

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