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Organisers of the 2013 Youth Girls’ European Championship meet in Belgrade

 
The 2013 championship will require tight cooperation between Serbia, Montenegro and the European confederation
Belgrade, Serbia, October 29, 2012 – With the jubilee 10th edition of the 2013 CEV Youth Girls European Championship scheduled to take place from March 29 to April 7, 2013, in the cities of Kladovo (Serbia) and Bar (Montenegro), organisers met to iron out technical details at the Volleyball Federation of Serbia’s headquarters in Belgrade.

The meeting was attended by representatives of the CEV, including CEV vice-president and president of the jury Dr. Jan Hronek from the Czech Republic and ESOC member Luis Fernando Flores Muchaga from Spain, representatives of the Volleyball Federation of Montenegro Cvetko Pajkovic, president of the federation, Igor Vusurovic, CEO of the federation and Nenad Vujanovic, a representative of the City of Bar, and by a delegation of the Serbian Volleyball Federation including secretary general Slobodan Milosevic, marketing director Zoran Avramovic, representative of the City of Kladovo Mileta Adzic, administrative director Snezana Miisic, and technical director Dragutin Cuk. Aleksandar Boricic, President of the Volleyball Federation of Serbia and FIVB executive vice-president, welcomed the guests on behalf of the hosts.

The main topics of the meeting were technical details concerning the Championship, which will be played in Jezero Sports Hall in Kladovo (2000 seats) and Topolica Sports Hall in Bar (4500 seats).

“The conditions are excellent,” said Hronek. In fact, we could start the Championship tomorrow if needed. We inspected the facilities and we are very pleased with what we have seen. This competition is especially important for Montenegro, which is organising this kind of event for the first time. As for me, I visit Serbia very often, and things are running smoothly as always. I am sure this will be an excellent competition.





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