Source Pravda.Ru

Russia and Canada to conclude Memorandum on mutual Cooperation in Sports

Russia and Canada will conclude a Memorandum on Cooperation in Sports.

The Canadian embassy told RIA Novosti that Canadian State Secretary for Amateur Sport Paul DeVillers is to visit Moscow from December 7 to 11.

He will pose as co-chairman of the fifth session of the International Inter-Governmental Consultative Group on Anti-Doping in Sport.

On December 8, Monday, DeVillers will take part in the ceremony of signing the Russo-Canadian Memorandum on Cooperation in Sport.

After the ceremony a hockey match will be played, in which the Canadian delegation headed by DeVillers is to meet the Russian State Sports Committee team headed by Vyacheslav Fetisov.

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