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Polish PM Says No to China Beijing Olympic Opening

Posted by Author on March 30, 2008

BBC News, Thursday, 27 March 2008-

Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk has said he does not intend to go to the opening of the Olympics in August in the wake of China’s crackdown in Tibet.

In comments to the Dziennik newspaper, confirmed by his spokesman, he said Poland was a medium-sized country and was not looking to take the first step.

“But my opinion is very clear: the presence of politicians at the Games’ inauguration seems inappropriate.”

EU foreign ministers will discuss Tibet at a meeting in Slovenia on Friday.

But so far there has been little appetite for a boycott of the Olympic Games.

EU foreign affairs chief Javier Solana said earlier this month that he would attend the opening of the Games and Cyprus and Denmark have called for the event to remain clear of politics.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has not ruled out a boycott of the opening ceremony.

Czech President Vaclav Klaus has announced he will not be going to the opening ceremony although he said his motivation was “not a threat to China”.

– Original report from BBC: Polish PM’s No to Olympic opening

One Response to “Polish PM Says No to China Beijing Olympic Opening”

  1. Usagi said

    Well, thats the first time since years that im proud of my country, GO DONALD!

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