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Adin Cojocaru elected Romanian Volleyball Federation President


Adin Cojocaru was elected Romanian Volleyball Federation President during the National Federation’s General Assembly which took place on 30 September 2020 at the Izvorani Sydney 2000 Olympic Complex. 

The programme of the meeting included elections for the presidency and members of the Board of Administration, with four candidates standing for the top job - Adin Cojocaru, Gheorghe Visan, Oana Sarb and Mihai Duta. Both Ms Sarb and Mr Duta withdrew their candidature shortly before the vote took place.

Mr Cojocaru received a large majority of the votes (109), thus replacing Mr Visan at the helm of the organisation after a tenure that lasted for 16 years. Visan received 42 of the votes cast by the delegates in attendance. In addition, Ms Sarb and Mr Duta will serve as Vice-Presidents of the Romanian Volleyball Federation for the next four years.

“I will be a partner to, and hold an open dialogue with, all affiliated clubs,” Mr Cojocaru said after his election. “I will support them, and I will do everything possible to grow our beloved sport in Romania. Volleyball needs the involvement of all stakeholders, and this is what I intend to do.”  

Together with Serbia, Bulgaria and Croatia, Romania are due to co-host the next edition of CEV EuroVolley Women in the late summer of 2021.

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