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Bundesliga Premier League match banned  At the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Paralympics, the International Paralympic Committee President Parsons' speech calling for peace was censored by Chinese state media, and the organization demanded an explanation from the Chinese side. In addition, the current round of the Premier League and the Bundesliga were banned in China, which is also related to the Russian-Ukrainian war.  According to a report from Deutsche Welle on the 5th, the Beijing Winter Paralympics held the opening ceremony on Friday (March 4). In his speech, Andrew Parsons, president of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), called for peace and opposition. The speech of the war was reduced by the Chinese state media CCTV. The interpreters who broadcast the program did not translate the corresponding Chinese, and the sign language interpreters also suspended their actions.  According to reports by Bloomberg and the British sports portal "Inside the Games" that focus on Olympic news on Saturday, a spokesman for the International Paralympic Games said on the same day: "We have asked CCTV to explain this.  "Tonight, I think I have to speak with a message of peace," Parsons opened his opening speech. "As the leader of an organization that celebrates diversity and embraces difference, I have a deep appreciation for what is happening in the world right now." terrified. The 21st century is an age of dialogue and diplomacy, not war and hatred."  He also mentioned: "The Olympic Truce during the Olympic and Paralympic Games is a United Nations resolution that is unanimously respected, adopted by 193 member states at the 76th United Nations Conference, and must be respected and abided by, not violated. "  In the translation of the full text of Xinhua's opening speech from Xinhua News Agency, which was reprinted by Beijing Daily the next day, the anti-war content at the beginning was also omitted, and it was only written: "The International Paralympic Committee aspires to a beautiful and inclusive world without discrimination, No hatred, no ignorance." Parsons shouted out the word "Peace" at the end of his speech, which did not appear in Chinese media reports.  In response to Parsons' unusual remarks, the New York Times commented: "This is an unusually frank rebuke from the leader of an international sports organization."  Parsons' latest speech received rave reviews on Twitter and YouTube blocked by China. Many netizens compared it to Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee, who has always advocated that "sport should be independent of politics". He praised Parsons for being "bold" and "very loud".  According to the British "Guardian" report, this weekend, Premier League club captains are expected to wear armbands in Ukrainian colors and express reflection and solidarity before kick-off.  The league's two Chinese broadcasters, streaming platforms iQiyi Sports and Migu, have their website schedules showing no matches will be broadcast this weekend. Some Chinese netizens expressed disappointment and confusion after noticing the absence of these games on the schedule.  Chinese media "NetEase Sports" further explained this: In the war between Ukraine and Russia, China upholds the principle of neutrality, and the Premier League and the Bundesliga collectively support Ukraine, which is very different from China's position. The media also pointed out that "sport has nothing to do with politics", but the Premier League Bundesliga chose to support Ukraine, which made the two major leagues banned in this round. (Editor-in-charge: Shi Qing)

At the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Paralympics, the International Paralympic Committee


 President Parsons' speech calling for peace was censored by Chinese state media, and the organization demanded an explanation from the Chinese side. In addition, the current round of the Premier League and the Bundesliga were banned in China, which is also related to the Russian-Ukrainian war.

According to a report from Deutsche Welle on the 5th, the Beijing Winter Paralympics held the opening ceremony on Friday (March 4). In his speech, Andrew Parsons, president of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), called for peace and opposition. The speech of the war was reduced by the Chinese state media CCTV. The interpreters who broadcast the program did not translate the corresponding Chinese, and the sign language interpreters also suspended their actions.

According to reports by Bloomberg and the British sports portal "Inside the Games" that focus on Olympic news on Saturday, a spokesman for the International Paralympic Games said on the same day: "We have asked CCTV to explain this.

"Tonight, I think I have to speak with a message of peace," Parsons opened his opening speech. "As the leader of an organization that celebrates diversity and embraces difference, I have a deep appreciation for what is happening in the world right now." terrified. The 21st century is an age of dialogue and diplomacy, not war and hatred."

He also mentioned: "The Olympic Truce during the Olympic and Paralympic Games is a United Nations resolution that is unanimously respected, adopted by 193 member states at the 76th United Nations Conference, and must be respected and abided by, not violated. "

In the translation of the full text of Xinhua's opening speech from Xinhua News Agency, which was reprinted by Beijing Daily the next day, the anti-war content at the beginning was also omitted, and it was only written: "The International Paralympic Committee aspires to a beautiful and inclusive world without discrimination, No hatred, no ignorance." Parsons shouted out the word "Peace" at the end of his speech, which did not appear in Chinese media reports.

In response to Parsons' unusual remarks, the New York Times commented: "This is an unusually frank rebuke from the leader of an international sports organization."

Parsons' latest speech received rave reviews on Twitter and YouTube blocked by China. Many netizens compared it to Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee, who has always advocated that "sport should be independent of politics". He praised Parsons for being "bold" and "very loud".

According to the British "Guardian" report, this weekend, Premier League club captains are expected to wear armbands in Ukrainian colors and express reflection and solidarity before kick-off.

The league's two Chinese broadcasters, streaming platforms iQiyi Sports and Migu, have their website schedules showing no matches will be broadcast this weekend. Some Chinese netizens expressed disappointment and confusion after noticing the absence of these games on the schedule.

Chinese media "NetEase Sports" further explained this: In the war between Ukraine and Russia, China upholds the principle of neutrality, and the Premier League and the Bundesliga collectively support Ukraine, which is very different from China's position. The media also pointed out that "sport has nothing to do with politics", but the Premier League Bundesliga chose to support Ukraine, which made the two major leagues banned in this round.

She was buried alive Rescued the coach of the Ukrainian national swimming team from under the rubble of a building destroyed by a Russian missile  Ukraine national swimming coach, Iona Morozova, spoke of her fears of dying while she was buried alive, yet she was rescued from the rubble of a building two hours after a Russian missile attack.  Morozova was working as a volunteer in the building - cooking meals for soldiers - when the missile fell, and revealed what happened to her in a statement she posted on social media describing what happened.  "I lay under the rubble for two hours and called my Lord, in all the languages ​​I know, I couldn't move and started screaming, because I thought I was going to die buried alive, and I never cried," Morozova wrote.  Despite everything that happened to her, Morozova emphasized that this would not prevent her from continuing to fight for her country.  She concluded, "I worked as a volunteer in providing food to the soldiers, and I still do that. I cannot be on the sidelines, this is my country in which I planned to become the Minister of Youth and Sports."

She was buried alive Rescued the coach of the Ukrainian national swimming team from under the rubble of a building destroyed by a Russian missile


Ukraine national swimming coach, Iona Morozova, spoke of her fears of dying while she was buried alive, yet she was rescued from the rubble of a building two hours after a Russian missile attack.

Morozova was working as a volunteer in the building - cooking meals for soldiers - when the missile fell, and revealed what happened to her in a statement she posted on social media describing what happened.

"I lay under the rubble for two hours and called my Lord, in all the languages ​​I know, I couldn't move and started screaming, because I thought I was going to die buried alive, and I never cried," Morozova wrote.

Despite everything that happened to her, Morozova emphasized that this would not prevent her from continuing to fight for her country.

She concluded, "I worked as a volunteer in providing food to the soldiers, and I still do that. I cannot be on the sidelines, this is my country in which I planned to become the Minister of Youth and Sports."
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