Sofia, Bulgaria: Dimitar Iliev, Minister of Youth and Sports, informed through his social media account that yesterday he conducted a meeting with the President of the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV), Alexander Boricic and the Chairman of the Bulgarian Volleyball Federation, Lubomir Ganev.
Among the highlights of the conversation was the organization of two European youth championships in 2024. and the CEV Coaching Convention, which is being held in Sofia from September 22 to 24.
Minister Iliev wished success in the work of the European Volleyball Confederation. “Volleyball is one of the sports that give many moral and physical qualities, as well as a healthy lifestyle,” said Minister Iliev.
Alexander Boricic talked about the organization of the CEV Coaching Seminar, in which more than 150 of the best volleyball coaches from all European countries and international lecturers.
US BFV President Lubomir Ganev introduced the Minister to upcoming events in volleyball and noted the understanding with which the Ministry of Youth and Sports responds to challenges in sports.
Minister Iliev said that the ministry’s leadership will continue to cooperate with the development of volleyball. According to him, Bulgaria needs to have solid collective sports.
Sports Minister Iliev met with the President of the International Wrestling Federation, Nenad Lalovic, to make it happen. On September 21, The two talked within the framework of the Bulgarian Minister’s visit to Belgrade. Lalovich emphasized Bulgaria’s traditions in the fight and contribution of Bulgaria at the world level.
The President of the International Wrestling Federation expressed his gratitude to Minister Iliev for the support that MMC provides to the Bulgarian Wrestling Federation.
Minister of Youth and Sports Dimitar Iliev discusses specific opportunities for cooperation in the field of sports with Serbia’s Minister of Sport Zoran Gaic.
Focused in the conversation were joint training camps, sharing of experience on improving sports infrastructure, fair awarding of medalists, deepening bilateral relationships in sports science and coach training.
In Belgrade, Minister Iliev also spoke with Azerbaijan’s Minister of Youth and Sports Farid Garibov, with whom they welcomed the deepening of bilateral relations in sports.