“We are partially to blame. We have resolved most of the issues in the direction of Poland. As a rule, we have not had cargoes in queues this year. We've had minor issues with performance on weekends as people would leave Belarus and come back. Small queues I'd say,” said Yuri Senko.
Every year the Belarusian capital hosts two big judo events: the European Open and the international training camp (Randori), which gathered more than 800 participants in the Staiki Olympic center last time.
The commission is in Belarus on an official visit. A number of issues have already been discussed during the meetings. The EOC emphasized an important role of the government bodies that are taking part in the preparations for the event.
The country has a well-developed sport infrastructure, the experience of hosting international competitions, qualified specialists and overall support from Belarus President, President of the National Olympic Committee Alexander Lukashenko,” the minister said.
The National Olympic Committee of Belarus has already hosted working meetings. The visit will last through 23 September. The EOC Coordination Commission is led by Chairman of the Greek National Olympic Committee Spyros Capralos.
The prime minister assured that the national organizing committee will take all the necessary measures to properly prepare for the European Games. Every member of the committee has been assigned most significant areas of work starting with public catering and ending with security.