Yesterday marked a significant step in international volleyball cooperation with a meeting in Rome at the federal headquarters. This meeting brought together top officials from the Italian Volleyball Federation (FIPAV) and Bögöly Gyula, the president of the Hungarian Volleyball Federation. The focal point of this assembly was the signing of a collaboration protocol, signifying a new era of technical cooperation between the two nations.
Under this protocol, Italian coaches and specialized personnel from their national teams will soon be heading to Hungary. Their mission is to conduct training sessions and engage in discussions with local Hungarian coaches, aiming to share knowledge and techniques.
The meeting saw the presence of Giuseppe Manfredi, President of Fipav, along with Secretary-General Stefano Bellotti, and Libenzio Conti, the General Manager of the Italian national teams. Adding to the list of esteemed attendees was Renato Arena, the Senior Vice President of the European Confederation, who played a important role in sponsoring this meeting.