Many Countries Have Successively Declared Their Diplomatic Boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics

Translated by: MOS Translation Team – Ayu

On December 7, local time, following the US White House’s announcement of a diplomatic boycott of the CCP’s Beijing Winter Olympics, New Zealand’s Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson made it clear in Wellington that New Zealand Would not be sending diplomatic representatives at a ministerial level to the Beijing Winter Olympics in February. At the same time, Australian Prime Minister Morrison also stated on the same day that Australia would not be sending officials to attend the Beijing Winter Olympics.

Related reports show that New Zealand and Australia have each expressed their concerns about the Chinese Communist government’s human rights violations. In addition, the Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand also took the issue of the COVID-19 pandemic as one of the main considerations.

Earlier, the new German Foreign Minister also affirmed the possibility of Germany’s diplomatic boycott of the CCP Winter Olympics. The German Foreign Minister mentioned that in view of the CCP’s violation of human rights in Xinjiang, Germany will adopt a dialogue and a tough attitude towards its diplomacy with the CCP.

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