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INDER vice president concludes working agenda in France

Havana, Apr 24 (Prensa Latina) The vice president of Cuba’s National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER), Omar Venegas, concluded his working agenda Paris, according to a press release published in the digital sports media Jit on Wednesday.

Accompanied by José Antonio Miranda, general director for high performance, and INDER International Relations Director Gisleidy Sosa, Venegas confirmed in Tremblay-en France’s willingness to collaborate with Cuba.

As part of the training for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the Cuban boxing team will be received again in that town, where Venegas noted “the conditions created for previous stays of Cuban boxing teams and the growing camaraderie generated from such relationship,” the press release added.

Venegas added that during the last stage of training, Cuba’s Sports Medicine Institute will have the necessary facilities in that French city to provide important services such as premises and equipment, thanks to the joint work by the Cuba Collaboration France Association and the Mayor’s Office.

The purpose is that they contribute to the last stage of training, which will be characterized by a large presence of our athletes in France, and complement the facilities available in the Olympic villa, after the event starts, he pointed out.

Venegas assured that steps were also taken to meet the demands of Cuban athletes in order to contribute to their concentration to achieve their goals.

The press release pointed out that the INDER director the Cuban Embassy for its support, and insisted on the role of Cuba Cooperation France, led by Víctor Fernández, in supporting the training bases on French soil.

He also praised the presence of sports glories Mijaín López, Javier Sotomayor and Ana Fidelia Quirós, who were invited to the gala organized by Adidas, a company that renewed sponsorship relations with the Cuban Olympic Committee.

Finally, Venegas took the opportunity to ratify Cuba’s intention to finish among the first 20 powers in the world in the Olympics, despite limitations associated with the global crisis and the intensification of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba.