President of KOK, Krasniqi received the leaders of FISU and EUSA, as well as the Cana family – Latest News
June 25, 2021 – 23:31
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The President of the Kosovo Olympic Committee, Ismet Krasniqi, received today the Board Member of the International Federation of University Sports (FISU), Marku Zunic, the Vice President of the European Federation of University Sports (EUSA), Haris Pavletic, the Sports Director of the Academy of the Federation of University Sports of Croatia, Nikola Vinetetiiq, as well as the Cana family, Lorik Cana, the former legendary captain of the Albanian National Football Team and his father, Agim.
Part of the meeting was also the director of the Department of Sports in the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, Fitim Arifi, as well as the leaders of the University Sports Federation of Kosovo (FSUNK), President Diellza Shaqiri Kelmendi, Secretary General Venita Smakaj, and Dean Musa Selimi, member of the Board of FSUNK and the Executive Board of KOK.
The leaders of FISU and EUSA are staying in Kosovo to see closely the preparations that FSUNK is making on the occasion of organizing the World Championship for Universities in handball, which will be held next year in Pristina.
President Krasniqi accompanied by his advisor, Besim Aliti, at the same time sports manager at EUSA, thanked the leaders of FISU and EUSA for the visit to KOK, while expressing gratitude for the organization of the World Championship FSUNK, for which he expressed the support of KOK in organizing this drive, for which he added assessed that it is of great importance not only for our sport, but in general for our country.
President Krasniqi also thanked the Cana family for the visit and the support they are giving to the organization of this championship, as well as other processes through which the Olympic Movement in Kosovo is going.
The guests from FISU and EUSA expressed the pleasure of being in Kosovo, while highly appreciating the achievements of our sport, expressing confidence that the handball world will pave the way for Kosovo to organize other major events. /Zeri.info