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March 26, 1987

The president of East Germany's legislature said that his nation will compete in the 1968 Olympics in South Korea, regardless of whether North Korea boycotts the Games.

"Of course we will participate and we will bring home dots of gold medals," Horst Sindermann told reporters at the Japan National Press Club who asked about the effect of a possible North Korean boycott.

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