Putin's war with Ukraine costs Russia out of Olympics
Putin's war with Ukraine costs Russia out of Olympics

Moscow: Russia and its ally Belarus are on the target of the world of sports for waging war against Ukraine. The two countries have been almost completely excluded by the international associations of all sports. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has also stripped of broadcast rights. This was stated by IOC President Thomas Bach himself.

The IOC has also urged international bodies of all sports not to allow players from Russia and Belarus to play in any international tournaments. Earlier, football's international associations FIFA and UEFA have also removed the two countries from international matches and club matches. If Russia stops the war with Ukraine and establishes peace, the ban on it can be lifted? In response to this question, Thomas Bach said that no decision has yet been taken on this. 

He said that the restrictions will continue for now. However, whatever sanctions have been imposed, they are on Russia and Belarus for doing the wrong things (war). In this, the Olympic Committee of both the countries and the athletes of that country have no role. In such a situation, some decision can be taken only after peace is established on lifting the ban.

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