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20-09-2012

FIVB CONGRESS GOES ON VERY INTENSIVE IN ANAHEIM

The FIVB Congress held a minutes silence for those members who had passed away in the past two years

Anaheim, USA, September 20, 2012 — With a total of 195 Federation and 9 proxis representing member making a total of 268 delegates (some are still arriving to the FIVB Congress), and after a first day of the three of the FIVB Congress that ended with the presidents of the five FIVB continental confederations presenting their respective reports to the World Congress on Wednesday afternoon with remarkable results for the period of 2010-12, the second date opening of the FIVB Congress promised more intensity and engagement at Disneyland Hotel in the city of Anaheim this Thursday, starting with the Constitution modifications being voted after Mr. Wei explained the voting method.

The presentation included: Dr Amr Elwani of Africa, Dr. Saleh Bin Nasser of Asia, Mr André Meyer of Europe, Mr Cristobal Marte Hoffiz of NORCECA and Dr Ary Da Silva Graça of South America each commented on the progress achieved during the past two years in their respective regions showing great development and achieving goals in indoor and beach volleyball thanks to the important efforts done by their local National Federations supported by the Confederations, themselves.

The very start of the second date included the Special Adviser for the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace Mr Wilfried Lemke encouraging the volleyball leaders to convince the governments across the world to do more for sport at a grassroots level.

The full link for the FIVB Congress live streaming is: http://www.klewel.com/conferences/fivb-congress-2012/

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