Russia will not compete in basketball at the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris due to its invasion of Ukraine, the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) ruled on Tuesday.

The organization has barred the country from international games since last year’s invasion, so the Olympic ban isn’t exactly a surprise.

The International Olympic Committee has allowed Russian and Belarusian athletes to qualify for the games, but as a neutral entity.

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Russia’s fans cheer on their team during a men’s basketball quarterfinal match during the London 2012 Summer Olympics at North Greenwich Arena on August 8, 2012 in London. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Russia will now be replaced by Bulgaria.

Wimbledon recently reversed its decision and began allowing athletes from Russia and Belarus to play at the championships again, but with strict conditions.

Eiffel Tower replicas with the 2024 Olympic Games logo for the Paris 2024 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games are displayed inside the official store on November 15, 2022 in Paris.

Eiffel Tower replicas with the 2024 Olympic Games logo for the Paris 2024 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games are displayed inside the official store on November 15, 2022 in Paris. (Chesnot/Getty Images)

Players will be required to declare that they are «neutral» and will also be prohibited from any «expression of support» for the invasion of Russia. And any player who receives funds from the Russian and/or Belarusian states will not be able to participate in the competition.

Russian players react as they take on Spain during a men's basketball semi-final match at the London 2012 Summer Olympics at the North Greenwich Arena on August 10, 2012 in London.

Russian players react as they take on Spain during a men’s basketball semi-final match at the London 2012 Summer Olympics at the North Greenwich Arena on August 10, 2012 in London. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

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Russia won its only medal in men’s basketball, a bronze, in 2012 in London. He had silver medals at the 1994 and 1998 FIBA ​​World Cup.

Associated Press contributed to this report.