Norway is ready to adopt the experience of Ugra on the organization of the World Chess Olympiad

Norway intends to adopt the experience of Ugra on the organization of the 39th World Chess Olympiad,- said the representative of the official delegation of Norway, FIDE Ex Vice-President Morten Sand to the journalists at the presentation of Tromso, the city bidding for organization of the 41st World Chess Olympiad, that took place in Khanty-Mansiysk yesterday 23 September 2010.

«The Chess Olympiad in Khanty-Mansiysk is marvelous. No doubt that it is the most massive chess competition of this scale, -stated Morten Sand, - We will also try to do our utmost to hold the 41st World Chess Olympiad on the same high level»
We can add that the main opponent of Norway in this bidding procedure is Bulgarian delegation which suggests Albena city as the venue of the World Chess Olympiad 2014. The winner will be determined by FIDE Delegates at the FIDE General Assembly during the FIDE Congress that will take place in Khanty-Mansiysk from 29 September to 2 October.