25/12/2021 09:14 | Infobae
South China Morning Post assures that the visas would be for three months and the officials would provide support in the security of the US delegation.
14/12/2021 12:50 | Infobae
They also had kind words for South Korea and other countries who have not joined the U.S. in a diplomatic boycott of Beijing Games
13/12/2021 11:52 | Infobae
Although an ally of the United States, South Korean leader says he is not considering any boycott of upcoming Beijing Games
09/12/2021 12:50 | Infobae
Canada, Australia and the U.K. have joined the U.S. in staying away from the Beijing Games. China warns those countries and any others which boycott the Beijing Games will "pay the price"
08/12/2021 16:36 | Infobae
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau publicized the decision on Thursday, while maintaining that Canadian athletes would still be in attendance at the Games.
08/12/2021 11:15 | Infobae
Boris Johnson told lawmakers no ministers and no officials are expected to attend the Beijing Games
07/12/2021 23:56 | Infobae
The decision was confirmed by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison a day after the United States announced its own diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics.
07/12/2021 12:10 | Infobae
After the Biden administration announced a U.S. diplomatic boycott of Beijing 2022 Games, China has again said they will retaliate over Biden's decision. Other countries may join U.S. in boycott
06/12/2021 16:03 | Infobae
It implies that U.S. athletes will compete in the Games, but that no U.S. political authority will be present.
25/11/2021 13:21 | Infobae
The Canberra government "is awaiting the decision by the Biden administration before it makes a call on whether to sign up to a diplomatic boycott".
24/11/2021 13:57 | Infobae
Editorial in China Newspaper blasts U.S. President Joseph Biden said days ago that the U.S. is considering the option as part of global criticism against China over human rights issues.
18/11/2021 20:00 | Infobae
U.S. President Joe Biden confirms during Oval Office meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau his administration is considering it, but offered no further details.