European Commission's spokesperson denies rumors on 2018 FIFA World Cup's boycott

European Commission's spokesperson denies rumors on 2018 FIFA World Cup's boycott

European Commission's spokesperson denies rumors on 2018 FIFA World Cup's boycott

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Bishop said she thought Australia had taken "appropriate action" with the removal of the two Russian diplomats.

After Australia expelled two Russian diplomats on Tuesday, Bishop said that boycotting the June 14-July 15 tournament in Russia was among "a range" of other options available to the government.

Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop has hinted that the nation's involvement in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia can be a curtailed one owing to the nerve-agent attack in Britain earlier this month, allegedly backed by Russians.

Andreeva added, however, that now no representative of the European Commission was ready to say if he or she would be in attendance at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.

The British government announced March 14 that politicians and members of the royal family will stay away from the global sporting event that begins June 14.

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"The boycott of the World Cup is one of the further actions that could be taken in relation to this matter", Bishop told reporters in Canberra.

That is wrong - the government is not considering a boycott of the #World Cup.

The United States, Canada and Ukraine have also announced the expulsion of dozens more Russian diplomats.

To date the actions taken by the United Kingdom and its allies have been largely confined to expulsions of diplomats, with over 100 Russian officials expelled over the last few days - mainly from the US and European countries.

Iceland, a member of North Atlantic Treaty Organization but not of the European Union, imposed sanctions against Russian Federation along with the European Union over the annexation of Crimea. "This decision reflects the shocking nature of the attack - the first offensive use of chemical weapons in Europe since World War II, involving a highly lethal substance in a populated area, endangering countless other members of the community".

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