Important decisions of the ESC Presidium
Preparations to the 2021 European Championships 10m in Lohja, Finland, and 25m/50m/300m/Shotgun in Osijek, Croatia, were in the centre of attention at the meeting of the ESC Presidium that was held on December 13.
It was decided to support the necessary measures introduced by the Organizers that would guarantee safe and healthy competitions.
It was also decided to use at the 2021 European Championships the formats of the new Mixed Team and Team events that were approved by the ISSF in 2020.
The ESC Secretary General Alexander Ratner informed the Presidium about the latest IOC and ISSF decisions on Tokyo 2020 and Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
A draft of the new version of the ESC Statutes amended in accordance with the new ISSF Constitution was presented, and Presidium was invited to make comments by the end of January 2021. The feedback will be analyzed at the next Presidium meeting and then the document will be sent out to the Member Federations for examination and further approval at the 2021 ESC General Assembly.
The Presidium decided not to charge membership fees for 2021 due to the unprecedented situation amid the 2020 pandemic.
Cooperation agreements with Carl Walther GmbH, Germany, and Capapie Sports Equipment, India, were approved in order to promote the shooting sport and support the ESC Air Cup in 2021-2024.
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