The government of US President Joe Biden, 79, is set to announce a diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics in Beijing this week. The move is sure to anger the Chinese government and put pressure on other countries to adopt similar boycotts.
Many American media prefer CNN The White House is preparing to announce that US government officials and officials will not be participating in next year’s Games. This was in protest of human rights abuses in China.
A strong signal to Beijing’s address
A diplomatic boycott is seen as a compromise that allows countries to send their embassies to China while allowing their athletes to participate in the Games.
President Biden reiterated last month that he would consider a diplomatic boycott of the Games, following the support of Democratic and Republican MPs against human rights abuses in China. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
American athletes can still compete. In the 1980s, the United States, led by then-President Jimmy Carter (97), boycotted the Olympics altogether. (Case)
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