Tokyo Olympics: North Korea withdraws over health concerns

a Massive number of players and a vast number of general public will participate in the olympics. So, the sports committee has also decided to shut down that major event.

Yet another spark in the pandemic, North Korea’s decision to skip the Tokyo Olympics as fear generates and health is the top priority of players. This argument was emphasized by the official bodies of North Korea.

North Korea has decided to put an end to the willingness of South Korea as they were unable to participate due to COVID-19. Both sides joined a great venture in 2018 as it seemed a message of success for bilateral arguments.

Department of health emphasized that the country is suffering from health issues due to pandemic so it is not reliable to initiate these games in the status quo. The authorities did not agree with this argument until the Health Department had not emphasized it.

Since 1988 Tokyo Olympics is missed only this year as North Korea was in full protocol to enjoy, celebrate and manage the global event. On the other hand, as this was verified by the World Health Organization that this pandemic has captured the whole world so it is not easy to break WHO’s rule. The whole globe has fallen victim to the virus.

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On the 25th of March, a committee was held in the hands of officials to discuss the prevailing situations, so the sports run department has decided to not take risk as a Massive number of players and a vast number of the general public will participate in this event. Therefore, the sports committee has also decided to shut down that major event.

But International Olympic Committee was of the view that they have not received the official letter yet the concerned authorities to re-arrange or cancel the global event. It added that despite several requests the national sports committee has not seen any interest to take a phone call or sending a letter or have a zoom meet up over this matter.

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