Japanese journalists praise organization level of FIG World Challenge Cup in Baku
Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb.21,
By Maksim Tsurkov - Trend:
Japanese journalists are delighted with the level of organization of the FIG World Challenge Cup in Artistic Gymnastics in Baku.
"Everything has been organized excellently. We are satisfied with the conditions created for our work," Hitomi Hisamoto, head of the sport department of the Japanese NTV channel, told Trend Feb.21.
She said the journalists liked the National Gymnastics Arena very much.
"The opening ceremony was impressive. We also enjoyed Baku," Hisamoto added.
Another journalist Shuntaro Suzuki representing the sport department of Japan's NHK TV channel said that the organization level of the event is wonderful.
"There is a beautiful modern Arena in Baku equipped with the latest technology," said the journalist. "The security level exceeded our expectations. In general, it is very comfortable to work here."
Further, Masashi Inoue, representative of Kyodo News, noted that the whole Japanese media delegation is delighted with the level of organization of the FIG World Challenge Cup.
"All necessary conditions have been created for our work here," said Inoue.
The FIG World Challenge Cup in Artistic Gymnastics kicked off in Baku Feb. 19 and is to end Feb. 21. As many as 45 male and 22 female gymnasts compete for medals in apparatus finals of the World Challenge Cup.
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