Zhao Lijian: Welcome the Winter Olympics, together to the future!

Zhao Lijian: Welcome the Winter Olympics, together to the future!

On November 17, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on November 17th, a reporter asked: We noticed that the 2022 Winter Olympics and Winter Disabled Theme slogan After the song "to the future" new version of the MV is online, he immediately triggered enthusiastic response at home and abroad.

Do the spokesman have seen the related videos, what comments do you have? The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Zhao Lijian, said that, like everyone, he also saw this new version of MV.

It tells the story of a Winter Olympics, which is depicted is the epitome of Winter Olympics.

Through a screen with a curtain, it shows the development of Beijing as the host of the host and Shuangbo, showing the mood of the Chinese people.

As the song sang together, let’s go to the future, I believe Beijing Winter Olympics will drive the world’s winter sports enthusiasts to ignite passion, embrace ice and snow! Zhao Lijian pointed out that after thirteen years, Beijing once again ignited the Olympic holy fire. In 79 days, Beijing will hold the Winter Olympics for the first time and become the first Shuangao city. Currently, the Beijing Winter Olympics and Winter Disabled Association are in full swing, orderly advancement.

It is understood that many events and guarantee tests in the Third Division of the Beijing Winter Olympics are in order.

All Winter Olympics fields achieve 100% green power supply and have adopted many innovative initiatives. The carbon emissions generated by Beijing Winter Olympics will be allocated.

As the International Olympic Committee Beijing Winter Olympics, Chairman Small Samalach said, very happy and proud to see the Beijing Winter Olympics committee huge efforts in sustainable development. The Beijing Winter Olympics is being fulfilled in carbon and is fulfilled to bring 300 million commitments to participate in the ice and snow movement.