Russian ambassador: ‘Fierce competition’ expected between Chinese, Russian athletes at Beijing 2022

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In an exclusive interview with CGTN, Russian Ambassador to China Andrey Denisov said there will be “very fierce competition” between #Chinese and #Russian athletes at the upcoming #Beijing #Winter #Olympics, at least in some particular events.

“But this is the athletic contest that everyone is happy to see, because it can boost everyone’s interest in sporting events,” he said.

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