IOC urge Ukraine to drop Paris boycott threat
IOC president Thomas Bach tells Ukraine its calls to boycott the 2024 Paris Games goes against Olympic "principles" The International Olympic Committee said last month it was exploring a "pathway" to allow Russian and Belarusian competitors to take part in the Paris Olympics, under a neutral flag. Ukraine has reacted furiously, threatening to pull out of the Games.
Published 4 months ago · Paris, France
Ukraine's 2024 Paris Games Boycott Call Against Olympic 'Principles': IOC Chief Bach
IOC president Thomas Bach has told Ukraine its calls to boycott the 2024 Paris Games over the possible participation of Russian competitors goes against Olympic "principles" as his organisation was accused of being "on the wrong side of history". In a letter to the Ukrainian National Olympic Committee revealed on Thursday, Bach said Ukraine's efforts in "pressuring" other countries to boycott the 2024 Games was "extremely regrettable". The Inter…
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IOC president hits back at Ukraine's boycott campaign targeting Paris Olympics
IOC president Thomas Bach sends a letter to the Ukrainian Olympic Committee rejecting accusations that allowing Russians and Belarusians to compete at the Olympics would promote the invasion of Ukraine.
4 months ago·AustraliaRead Full Article
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