Tsogtbaatar, President of Mongolian Boxing Association: we did not bribe referees in Milan

Tsogtbaatar, President of the Mongolian Boxing Association calls bribery charges against the Mongolian boxing team participating in Championship held in Milan, Italy baseless and unfounded.
President of the Association said " next year, world student boxing championship will be held in Mongolia. Mongolian delegates distributed souvenir items and information packs related to this event to coaches and referees of other countries.
The distributed items were invitations to participate in the student championship, placards of the event, Mongolian watches dedicated to 60th anniversary of the IABA.
However, Vietnamese referee misunderstood this as bribe and informed to the IABA management team."
He added Ganzorig, Vice President of Mongolian Boxing Association which is in Milan now requested a meeting with President of the IABA today and clarify the misunderstanding.
About 20 Mongolian fans are not allowed to enter the stadium where boxing bouts between Mongolian boxers and boxers from Italy, host country is held. The President considered this as psychological pressure on Mongolian boxers.



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