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Don’t bring your phone, don’t eat Chinese meat, European countries warn Winter Olympic athletes | Beijing Winter Olympics | Netherlands | Germany

[The Epoch Times, January 11, 2022](Comprehensive report by The Epoch Times reporter Xu Jian) ​​Tuesday (January 11)NetherlandsIn order to prevent CCP espionage, Dutch athletes participating in next month’s Beijing Winter Olympics will need tomobile phoneand laptop at home, whileGermanynational antiStimulantThe agency (NADA) has also warned athletes against eating Chinese meat, which could lead to the risk of testing positive for doping.

Local newspaper De Volkskrant reported on Tuesday that sources said,NetherlandsThe Olympic Committee (NOCNSF) has urgently advised athletes and others not to bring any personal devices into China, as part of a series of measures issued by the Dutch Olympic Committee to counter any possible sabotage by Chinese agents. This is an unprecedented move in the country.

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NOCNSF spokesman Geert Slot said that part of the Dutch athlete’s risk assessment of the trip to China included local cybersecurity. But he declined to comment on any specific measures.

“Of course, the importance of cybersecurity has grown over the years,” Slot said, “but China has completely shut down the Internet, and this is a special case.”

Sources told De Volkskrant that members of the Dutch team will be equipped with unused equipment while they are in China to protect their personal data from Chinese surveillance.

At least 30 Dutch athletes are expected to compete in next month’s Beijing Olympics, mainly in speed and short track skating.

And on Monday,GermanyoppositeStimulantThe agency (NADA) has strongly warned athletes heading to Beijing for the Winter Olympics next month not to eat meat from China, lest they violate doping regulations.

The agency is concerned that athletes may have tested positive for Clenbuterol, commonly known as clenbuterol, after eating meat products made in China.

Responsible editor: Lin Yan#

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