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BAKU Nike Shox NZ Hombre España , Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- The 2015 European Games on Monday announced an agreement with China Central Television (CCTV) to broadcast the inaugural European Games to Chinese audiences, Azerbaijani media said.


CCTV, the state broadcaster in China, has acquired the rights across all broadcast platforms, including free-to-air television, subscription television, Internet and mobile phone.


The extensive deal grants exclusive broadcast rights across China to the station's CCTV 5 and CCTV 5+ sports channels.


The station will broadcast the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, as well as highlights of all 20 sports competitions.


"We are delighted to have confirmed this significant deal with China Central Television which ensures the inaugural European Games will be enjoyed by a huge number of sports fans across Asia," said Simon Clegg, Chief Operating Officer of 2015 European Games.


Baku will host the first European Games next summer on June 12- 28, involving more than 6,000 athletes from the National Olympic Committees of Europe across 17 days of competition.




WARSAW, March 2 (Xinhua) -- Prime ministers of the Visegrad Group (V4) released a joint statement pointing out major challenges ahead for the European Union (EU), following a meeting of V4 leaders here on Thursday to discuss the EU's current affairs and future.


In a joint statement, the V4 wrote that the major tasks ahead were preserving unity within the EU, developing the single market, stabilizing the eurozone, maintaining the Schengen zone and control over EU's external borders, increasing democratic control and ensuring the EU continues to play a global role.


Commenting on the joint statement, Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said the proposal included possible solutions to the problems the EU was facing. EU unity was crucial and any model of future cooperation had to guarantee the integrity and consistency of the Schengen, the single market and the EU itself, she said.


"EU unity is essential and should always be our starting point," the leaders wrote.


"Regardless of the pace of the integration process, we must all strive in one direction, with a common goal [...] Any form of enhanced cooperation should [...] be open to each member state in order to absolutely avoid any kind of disintegration of the single market, the Schengen Area and the European Union itself. We need to protect its greatest achievements."


Regarding the single market, the leaders agreed that: "The single market is a project of fundamental importance for all European economies, the well-being of their citizens, as well as social, territorial and economic cohesion of the EU," suggesting steps the bloc could take to remove the remaining obstacles, face new obstacles, and resist protectionism.


Furthermore, the V4 leaders underlined the importance of the EU budget continuing to serve long-term investment, as well as the importance of research and development, infrastructure and education.


Security issues were also mentioned: "Citizens feel safe only when they are convinced that they live in a place where full control of external borders is ensured [...] Over the last few months we have made significant progress in the protection of the external borders of the EU."


The group also insisted the EU's defense capacities should be developed and called for relations between institutions and member states to respect "the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality."


The statement is the V4's contribution to the Rome Declaration, which will be made during the EU summit in Rome on March 25.

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SANTIAGO, June 7 (Xinhua) -- Previously known as the worst team in the Copa America, Venezuela has shown a significant improvement in recent years which may lead them to glory in this year's tournament.


In South American football, Venezuela have earned the nickname 'Cinderella', according to Copa America's official website, due to their low level of football and for being the only country within the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) never to qualify for a World Cup, is this about to change?


Venezuela, nicknamed 'The Burgundy', have had very few moments of glory throughout their history in the game and the majority of these moments have been in the XXI century.


Traditionally more of a baseball country, Venezuela's transformation began with their four consecutive victories during the final qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea putting the team ahead of

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