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FIVB confirm VNL games won’t be playing in Russia

by WoV

The FIVB have announced a letter with an explanation that Volleyball Nations League games won’t be played in Russia.

“In response to the worsening situation in Ukraine, the FIVB has today informed the Russian Volleyball Federation that two rounds of the upcoming Volleyball Nations League (VNL) to be held in Russia in June and July have been relocated with immediate effect.

The FIVB will continue to closely follow the situation and will review other events due to be held in Russia, including the Men’s World Championship scheduled for the second semester of 2022.

The FIVB is listening to, and in touch with, its stakeholders including National Federations, and shares their grave concern for the people of Ukraine.”

Replacement host cities will be announced shortly.

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