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  • Minister Sportu i Turystyki na mównicy

    Minister of Sport and Tourism Witold Bańka opened a two-day international conference entitled Sport financing from international funds, organized by the Ministry of Sport and Tourism.

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  • Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni,  Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe and Witold Bańka, Minister of Sport and Tourism

    Ultimately, it is intended that the Convention will replace the European Convention on Spectator Violence and Misbehaviour at Sports Events and in particular at Football Matches, drawn up in Strasbourg in 1985 and ratified by Poland in 1995. Over the years, the latter convention became, in a large part, outdated and incompatible with the current European experiences and good practices.

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    The Gala Event closing the European Week of Sport took place on 30 September, 2016, on PGE National Stadium. Among the participants were Witold Bańka, Minister of Sport and Tourism, representatives of organizations which actively participated in the European Week of Sport events in Poland, and winners of the PhotoActivity competition.

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  • At this year’s Paralympic Games, the Polish team members won 39 medals – three more than at the London Games! Poland came tenth in terms of the total number of medals. This means that the target adopted for the Rio de Janeiro games has been achieved: our Paralympic athletes won 9 gold, 18 silver and 12 bronze medals. They also won the fourth place in 19 events. The Polish national team competing in Brazil consisted of 90 athletes.

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  • Oktawia Nowacka z brązowym medalem IO w dłoni

    The XXXI Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have ended. Polish athletes have won two gold, three silver and six bronze medals. The magic limit of ten medals has been exceeded - our team members have won eleven medals for Poland! The main sporting event of the last four years has been a time of joy and pride for our athletes’ achievements.

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    On 1 July 2016, Poland began its fifth Presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4). Over the last 25 years, the V4 countries developed a close cooperation based on common values and interests. The V4 has become a well-known brand, a symbol of a successful initiative for pursuing joint interests and a key element of cooperation in Central Europe.

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