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European countries are unlikely to carry out the non-binding resolution of the European Parliament on Thursday, which advocated tough measures on China over Hong Kong freedom as well as a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, the Global Times said in a commentary. There is a large gap between the resolution of the EP and actual policies of the EU, it said. If Washington and Brussels insist on launching fierce confrontations with China in regard to issues of Hong Kong and Xinjiang, China is willing to accept the result of such confrontations, it said. China doesn't believe the pressure piled from the U.S. and the West will have a big influence, it said.