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CEV leaders discuss organisation of 2021 women’s EuroVolley with Romania’s highest sports authorities
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Bucharest, Romania, January 17, 2018. CEV President Aleksandar Boričić and Senior Vice President Renato Arena are paying a visit to Romania in an effort to provide support to the local Volleyball family as Romania are trying to get back to the continental and world’s elite of this sport.
President Gheorghe Visan, Vice President Oana Sarb and Secretary General Constantin Ispas represented the Romanian Volleyball Federation at these high-profile meetings.
“Such an organisation means an investment in our sport which leads to the growth of Romanian Volleyball,” Mr Boričić said. “We are ready to work with the Romanian Volleyball Federation to develop Volleyball, Beach Volleyball and Snow Volleyball and to attract more children with various school projects.” Mr Boričić pointed out that “Romanian Volleyball needs to be supported on a long term in order to achieve the results that everybody is waiting for.”
“Sport is the best ambassador for one nation and I am supporting every Federation that brings an international event to Romania,” the Minister of Youth and Sport, Mr Marius Alexandru Dunca stated. “I want to thank Mr Boričić for providing us with the opportunity to organise such a big event and I want to assure you of our financial support and that this Volleyball event will take place as per the highest standards. This is the best news of this New Year this far.”
“We are honoured that Mr Boričić and Mr Arena are here to help us with developing Volleyball in Romania and to support our candidature to organise a pool of the 2021 Women’s CEV Volleyball European Championship. It is going to be a great boost for the image of Romanian Volleyball across Romania and Europe as well,” the President of the Romanian Volleyball Federation, Mr Gheorghe Visan said.
“Volleyball is an important sport for us. We have been standing close to the Romanian Volleyball Federation for the past few years and now we will support them with all their future projects,” added the President of the Romanian Olympic and Sports Committee, Mr Mihai Covaliu.
Romania want to promote Snow Volleyball as well. The Federation is working on projects to grow Snow Volleyball, which could soon become an Olympic sport.
It is Romania’s main goal to regain the strength and prestige lost in the past years and to attract through all Volleyball disciplines as many youngsters as possible to the sport.