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SOFIA, March 7 (Itar-Tass) —— The Bulgarian government has approved a draft agreement that calls for intensifying cooperation between the sport ministries of Bulgaria and Russia.
Under the document, the two sides will work together on cooperation programmes in the field of sport. It also allows sport specialists to exchange experience of fighting the use of prohibited substances in sport.
The draft agreement regulates exchanges of coaches, athletes, technical personnel, sport medics and other specialists and experts.
Bulgaria and Russia will organise special sport seminars, symposiums and conferences for promoting sport in their countries, the government press service said on Wednesday, March 7.