Poland has already confirmed that its president with not be attending the tournament.
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The diplomatic snub of Russia's World Cup gathered steam Tuesday as four countries said they were either not sending officials in support of Britain's partial boycott or considering the move.British Prime Minister Theresa May said her government had found that Russia was "culpable" of the attack – a charge Moscow denies.Iceland's national broadcaster RUV said the Foreign Ministry was consulting with its "allies" about a joint diplomatic boycott.The United States joined Germany and France in voicing support for Britain's position and blaming Russia for the attack. The Times of London reported March 10 that U.K. officials were talking to the U.S. and European allies about a co-ordinated retaliation that could involve a World Cup boycott.
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