Japanese Prime Minister resigns Tokyo Olympic Games? Bach emergency contact mori

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 Japanese Prime Minister resigns Tokyo Olympic Games? Bach emergency contact mori


(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }According to Japanese media reports, Bach contacted the Tokyo Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games last night and held a telephone conversation with Yoshiro Mori, chairman of the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee. The two sides said that they would continue to cooperate in hosting the Tokyo Olympic Games next summer. Yoshiro Mori told Bach that Shinzo Abe made the following statement on the Tokyo Olympic Games at yesterdays press conference, at present, we believe that to effectively promote the preparatory work, as the host country, we must do our duty. It is expected that my next leader will strive to hold the event based on this idea. When asked about the impact of Shinzo Abes resignation on the preparation of the Tokyo Olympic Games, Taiyu Yamashita, President of the Japanese Olympic Committee, said, I dont know. Im not sure it will be affected. Tokyo governor Junichiro Koichi expressed regret for Abes resignation, the Tokyo Olympic Games epidemic response and other issues, need to cooperate with the central government. Source: Yu changzong, editor in charge of Beijing News_ NBJ11145

According to Japanese media reports, Bach contacted the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee urgently last night and held a telephone conversation with Yoshiro Mori, chairman of the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee. The two sides said that they would continue to cooperate in hosting the Tokyo Olympic Games next summer. Yoshiro Mori told Bach that Shinzo Abe made the following statement on the Tokyo Olympic Games at yesterdays press conference, at present, we believe that to effectively promote the preparatory work, as the host country, we must do our duty. It is expected that my next leader will strive to hold the event based on this idea.

When asked about the impact of Shinzo Abes resignation on the preparation of the Tokyo Olympic Games, Taiyu Yamashita, President of the Japanese Olympic Committee, said, I dont know. Im not sure it will be affected.