“No flags, anthems, colors or any other identifying marks of these countries will be displayed at any sporting event or meeting, including their venues,” TASS reports citing the press service of the IOC. 

It is emphasized that sanctions against the Russian and Belarusian states and governments are non-negotiable.

They were unanimously confirmed at the recent Olympic Summit on December 9, 2022. 

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on January 25 urged federations in various sports to consider the possibility of allowing Russians in a neutral status.

At the same time, it is proposed not to allow athletes who actively supported the special operation in Ukraine.

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) on January 26 invited Russian and Belarusian athletes to take part in the Asian Games.

The competition will be held in Hangzhou (China) from September 23 to October 8, 2023. 

At the same time, the OCA began to develop a special quota system for selecting Russians for the 2024 Games.

On January 31, the head of the ROC called on the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine to abandon the idea of ​​boycotting the 2024 Olympics.

Previously, honored figure skating coach Tatyana Tarasova called those who advocate for the boycott of the 2024 Olympic Games sick people.