Response from China to Australia: Nobody cares if you come
Not long ago, the 76th United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted the “Beijing Winter Olympic Truce Resolution” presented by 173 member states.
China has repeatedly reiterated that the Winter Olympics are not a stage for political show and political manipulation, China has not invited any Australian government officials to participate in the Winter Olympics, no one cares if they come or not, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said today. stated.
Not long ago, the 76th United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted the “Beijing Winter Olympic Truce Resolution” presented by 173 member states. Recalling the decision, the spokesperson said that the international community fully expressed its strong support for the Beijing Winter Olympics.
Wang Wenbin pointed out that Australia’s linking of sending government officials to participate in the Beijing Winter Olympics with the so-called human rights issue in Xinjiang is completely fabrication. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that they would implement a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, on the grounds that China did not respond to issues such as “human rights in Xinjiang” claimed by Australia.
On the other hand, answering what kind of countermeasures China will take after the USA announced a “diplomatic boycott” of the Beijing Winter Olympics, Wang Wenbin stated that they stated that the USA would pay the price for its mistake and that they would wait and see.
Reply from Beijing to Australia: They weren’t invited anyway
The Chinese Embassy in Australia wished the Australian athletes a great performance at the Winter Olympics. According to the Olympic rules, politicians from various countries are invited to the Olympic Games by their own Olympic Committees. The country’s Olympic Committee decides whether to invite or not.
In the statement made by the Embassy, it was reported that Australia’s success in the Beijing Winter Olympics is not dependent on the participation of Australian officials or the political show of some Australian politicians, but the performance of Australian athletes.
Source Chinese International Radio
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