China offers extraordinary 2022 Winter Olympics to the world
ISLAMABAD, Nov. 12 (Gwadar Pro) -“China will offer a fantastic, extraordinary, and excellent winter Olympics to the world. We firmly believe that all athletes would have an unforgettable experience in Beijing and fulfill their Olympic dreams,” said the Chinese ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong.
“Together for a shared future and see you in Beijing 2022!”, the Chinese ambassador added in his tweet. Earlier the ambassador had invited Pakistani athletes to take an active part in the Winter Olympic Games.
The 24th Olympic Winter Games also known as the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics is scheduled to take place from February 4 to 20, 2022, in Beijing and towns in the neighboring Hebei province in the People's Republic of China.
After the 29th Olympic Summer Games were successfully held in Beijing in 2008, the Olympic Winter Games would be organized in the same city, making Beijing the first “Double Olympic City” to host both Summer and Winter Olympic Games in history.
Earlier certain foreign politicians while politicizing sports tried to disturb and sabotage the preparations for and holding of the Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Pakistani officials, sports enthusiasts, and experts have opposed the allegations saying that politicizing sports goes against the spirit of the Olympic Charter and harms the interests of athletes of all countries and the international Olympic cause.
The Beijing Winter Olympics delivers a big message that China can fight all forms of epidemics, difficulties, or hardships.
President Arif Alvi and Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser, both expressed their strong support for Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
The president of the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA), Syed Arif Hasan, expects the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics to be an event par excellence. "The Winter Olympics is in very safe hands and the way all the preparations are going, I am sure, these will again be one of the best Games,” he said.
Pakistan's athletes are excited about the Winter Games, according to Hasan, who added they are "asking questions about Beijing and I told them they would enjoy their stay in China because it is an opportunity which they will remember all their life".