The Chamber of Public Enforcement Agents of the Republic of Serbia organized an International Football Tournament in Belgrade on June 7th and 8th 2019.
The continuation of this beautiful tradition of collegial gathering and sporting competition of Central and South-eastern European countries was hosted for the first time in Serbia.
In total, eight teams joined this tournament: the National Chambers of Judicial Officers of the Czech Republic, Romania, the Republic of Moldova, the Republic of Bulgaria, Montenegro, the Republic of Northern Macedonia and the Republic of Serbia, as well as a team of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia.
The tournament was held in a beautiful sport complex of the 1st league team Partizan Belgrade. For the participants it was a sporting prestige and also a high social privilege to play there. The Minister of Justice of the Republic of Serbia, Nela Kuburović, and the Assistant Minister of Justice Jelena Deretić attended the tournament together with the President of the National Chambers of Public Enforcement Agents of Serbia, Alexandra Tresnjev, the President of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents of Northern Macedonia, Zoran Dimov, the President of the Chamber of Private Enforcement Agents of Bulgaria, Georgi Dichev and the President of Judicial Officers Chamber of the Czech Republic, Vladimír Plášil.
It was a battle on the pitch between the teams and also with the weather. Under a sunny sky and at 32°C, the conditions were rather tough for the players. The team of the Czech Republic was the one who came out on top and who won the International Football Tournament. They defeated Northern Macedonia in the final 3:1. In the big battle for the third place the host Serbia defeated Romania 4:2.
On the invitation of the President of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents of Northern Macedonia, Zoran Dimov, the International Football Tournament 2020 will be held in the capital of his country, Skopje.