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Statement

Statement

30 May 2014
In the light of the decision expressed in the referendum by the citizens of Kraków on May 25, 2014 it has been decided by the Kraków 2022 Project stakeholders at a meeting on May 30, 2014 in Kraków City Hall, that the Mayor of the City of Kraków will submit a draft of the resolution to the gathering of the City of Krakow Council on the resignation from the bidding process for the organization of Winter Olympic Games in 2022. Passing of the resolution and its submission to the Polish Olympic Committee will mark a formal withdrawal from the Project and will be presented to the International Olympic Committee. This decision will end the process of bidding for the organization of Winter Olympic Games in 2022 by Poland and Slovakia.
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ANNOUNCEMENT

27 May 2014
In a referendum recently held in Kraków the residents of the city chose not to suport the bid to host the 2022 Olympic Winter Games. 30.28 % of the residents (62453) said „YES” to the question: „Are you in favour of Kraków hosting 2022 Olympic Winter Games?”, while 67.72 % (143796) answered „NO”.
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Myślenice likely to become a major training centre and tourist destination

Myślenice likely to become a major training centre and tourist destination

19 May 2014
The President of the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF), the Italian Ivo Ferriani, who came to Warsaw on a one-day working visit on May 13, supports the city of Krakow in its endeavours to host the Olympic Winter Games in 2022. Mr. Ferriani is full of praise for the active efforts of the Polish officials to further promote the sliding sport disciplines. He welcomed the joint bid by the city of Krakow and the Tatra region situated on both sides of the Polish-Slovak border to stage the Olympic Winter Games 2022. Mr. Ferriani also met Magdalena Sroka, Deputy Mayor of the city of Krakow and Chair of Krakow 2022 Bid Committee.
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Statement by the Management Board of the Kraków 2022 Bid Committee

Statement by the Management Board of the Kraków 2022 Bid Committee

18 April 2014
The Management Board, newly appointed by the Association’s General Assembly, begins its work today. We are aware that the public expectations are huge. In fact, they are as great as the scope of work that lies ahead of us. The most important task that needs to be addressed is communication with the general public. It is them who will declare on May 25 whether or not they wish for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games bid to go ahead. We know that this goal can be accomplished by holding a public debate on the risks and opportunities of hosting the 2022 Games and by ensuring that the process is fully transparent.
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