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Nations joining diplomatic boycott of Beijing Winter Olympic Games will 'pay the price', warns China

Zee News Thursday, 9 December 2021
China has warned that nations joining the diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympic Games will 'pay the price'. The warning from China came after Canada joined Australia, Britain and the United States in a diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics in Beijing on Wednesday.
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China Responds , to Planned US Diplomatic Boycott , of Beijing Winter Olympics . On December 6, China threatened, "firm countermeasures" , to a proposed diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympic Games by the United States. . On December 6, China threatened, "firm countermeasures" ,...

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