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Russia: Euro 2020 ‘will definitely take place’ – head of Russia’s organising committee

By Ruptly
05 March 2021   |   7:03 am
Head of Russia's Euro 2020 Organising Committee Alexei Sorokin said that the European football championships will ‘inevitably’ take place, and that the dates can’t be rescheduled. Sorokin made the statement during a press conference held to mark the 100-day countdown to the beginning of the sports event in St. Petersburg on Wednesday.

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