Russia and Belarus want to unite League competition

← Previous Story Goran Suton is new TUS Lubbecke coach! Next Story → EHF EURO 2016: Six more places in train for Poland! Russia and Belarus could have the united League since 2016/2017 season. The first vice-president of the Russian handball Federation, Andrei Lavrov stated for the TASS agency about the idea which was established five years ago. League founders should be Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia and Kazakhstan, while whole project has support of the International Handball Federation:– It is clear that today because of situation in Ukraine, we aren’t able to realize this project. We’re going to discuss it with the Belarusian side during the meeting in Minsk. Let’s start with the unification of the two Championships, and then we’ll see. If we start talks on the agreement of all the issues that could take about a year. The main thing is to find an acceptable formula for the combined championship – said Lavrov.

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