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A team of Council of Europe experts carried out an evaluation visit to Hungary to assess the country’s anti-doping programme, practices and policies. The aim of the visit, which took place from 10 to 12 October 2023, was to evaluate the implementation of the Anti-Doping Convention.

The team met with representatives of the public authorities responsible for sport, including representatives from the ministry of Defence (competent for sport), the Hungarian Anti-Doping Organisation (HUNADO), the Hungarian Olympic and Paralympic Committees, the Center for Sports Nutrition Sciences, sport federations and athletes, as well as law enforcement representatives, and other bodies active in the fight against doping.

The team was composed of Kaarel Nestor (Ministry of Culture of Estonia), Teemu Japisson (Finnish Center for Integrity in Sports - FINCIS), Gabriela Andreiasu (Romanian NADO, Head of the Evaluation Team), and Graham Arthur (anti-doping expert, Rapporteur).

The findings, recommendations and best practices identified during the visit will be included in the evaluation report adopted by the Monitoring Group, and transmitted to the Hungarian authorities for the implementation of its tailored recommendations.

Evaluations are part of the mandate of the Monitoring Group of the Ant-Doping Convention (T-DO): each year it analyses the anti-doping system of States Parties to the Convention through a questionnaire and targeted evaluation visits.

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ANTI-DOPING Budapest, Hungary 10-12 October 2023
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