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Belarus may introduce visa-free regime during European Games 2019

The issue of introducing visa-free regime for those coming to the European Games 2019 in Minsk has been discussed in Belarus by Premier Andrei Kobyakov and the President of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) Janez Kocijancic.

The preparations of Belarus for the grand sports event were touched upon. What is more, the Belarusian Prime Minister mentioned that the issue of introducing visa-free regime for competitors of the European Games and foreign tourists coming to see the Games is being processed. Besides the visa issue, an information platform is being created especially for the Games. Food supply for the athletes, the building of the athletes’ village and the stadium, where the competitions will be held, and the broadcasting organization have also been discussed.

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The President of the European Olympic Committees (EOC)

Janez Kocijancic highly estimated the preparation works of Belarus for the European Games 2019

and underlined the serious approach the country has taken toward organizing the event.

Some189 sets of awards will be contested in Minsk by 50 nations. More than 4,000 athletes will arrive in Minsk. Some licenses for the Tokyo Olympics will also be awarded here. Two years before the start. Prepare for a large-scale sports show and do not force, everything goes on as usual. Belarusians have already established themselves as successful organizers of major sporting events.

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Photo: mpt.gov.by

Belarus may introduce visa-free regime during European Games 2019