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New Zealand announces that it will not send ministerial representatives to attend the Beijing Winter Olympics-RTHK

New Zealand announced that it will not send ministerial representatives to attend the Beijing Winter Olympics. New Zealand’s Deputy Prime Minister Robertson said that the decision not to send ministerial representatives to attend the Beijing Winter Olympics includes a series of factors, mainly related to the new crown epidemic. The fact that no officials are present is irrelevant.

Earlier, the White House announced that it would not send officials to attend the Beijing Winter Olympics next year. White House spokesperson Psaki said that this is a decision based on China’s human rights situation, but American athletes will participate in the competition and receive full government support.

The spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in Washington stated that no invitation was issued to American politicians. The so-called “diplomatic boycott” of the United States only came out of thin air, believing that the U.S. approach was “pretentious” and political manipulation, which seriously distort the Olympic Games. The spirit of the Charter will not affect the success of the Winter Olympics. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said yesterday that if the US insists on going its own way, China will take resolute countermeasures.

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