Mr. Koike said there was no discussion about cancelling or delaying the games

The Times reported today (22) that the Japanese government believed that the Tokyo Olympic Games could not be held in July this year under the influence of the epidemic and was discussing how to win the right to host the 2032 Olympic Games. Tokyo governor Yoshiko Koike said that he did not discuss the cancellation or postponement of the Olympic Games and would protest to the newspaper.

The Japanese government today strongly denied the contents of the report and said that “there is no such fact at all”. The Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee commented that the Japanese government, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Olympic Organizing Committee, the IOC, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and other relevant institutions are doing their best for this year’s Tokyo Olympic Games. The goal is still to hold a safe and reassuring Olympic Games this summer, and will continue to cooperate with the Japanese government Relevant groups work closely together to make preparations.

Mr. Koike said there was no discussion about cancelling or delaying the games the Japanese government today strongly denied the contents of the report and said that “there is no such fact at all.” (AFP Photo)
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