England will not send its political representatives to the Winter Olympics in BeijingThe Prime Minister announced on Wednesday Boris Johnson, Will join Diplomatic boycott Argued by United States Accuses of violating Human rights By China.
“Like I said before, we do not support sports boycotts, but (…) ministers have no plans to attend the Winter Olympics.”, Underlined that in Parliament “There will be diplomatic boycott” Joined Australia on Wednesday.
“The government does not hesitate to raise these issues with China, as I did with President Xi last time.”He further added that the issue was one of human rights abuses under the Chinese presidency. Xi Jinping.
In any case, the Diplomatic boycott affects sporting events or prevents British athletes from participating, Americans Oh Australian.
White House He confirmed on Monday that he was arranging for a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing. We must fight against human rights violations in China. China has promised to retaliate “with strong counter-measures”.
Western governments, including the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom, have criticized Beijing for its human rights abuses. Uyghur minorities In the Northwestern Province Xinjiang And this Repression of democratic struggles in Hong Kong.
Nobody cares if they come or not, ‘said political representatives, A Chinese diplomatic spokesman said on Wednesday. Wang Wenpin, Reacts to Canberra’s announcement. “His political maneuvers and his little tricks will not change anything for the success of the Olympics,” he added.
This is expected due to China’s restrictions on foreigners entering the fight against Govt-19. Some world leaders travel to BeijingExcept for the Russian president Vladimir Putin, He accepted the call of his Chinese opponent Xi Jinping.
For months, Western governments have been trying The way to position yourself before winter sports, A global event organized from February 4 to 20, 2022 by a country accused by the United States of committing “genocide” against Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang.
Many human rights groups in Beijing have accused Xinjiang of keeping at least one million Muslims in “re-education camps”.
Chinese officials are deliberately condemning Westerners’ “interference” in condemning this situationEnsuring that they are “vocational training centers” to support employment and combat religious extremism.