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    Posted January 31, 2013 by
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    LOC and FIFA conducted another inspection operating in the Arena das Dunas

    FIFA and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) performed another inspection in operational Arena das Dunas stadium, venue of the games of the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 in Natal, Brazil. At this stage, the technical committee of FIFA and the LOC is inspecting the six seats that do not participate in the FIFA Confederations Cup and has passed the stages of São Paulo, Cuiaba, Manaus, Porto Alegre and Curitiba, ending the tour in Natal . This is a regular job that was previously performed every six months. With the closeness of the competition, this interval decreased. The last inspection took place in March in these cities, and in September they had analyzed the projects in meeting in Rio de Janeiro. Also in September, we visited the offices participating in the FIFA Confederations Cup and São Paulo. "Again, remember that these inspections do not address the ongoing works. Our focus is the operation of arenas in the FIFA World Cup. We continue exchanging information with various technical areas, so we can plan the operation of these stages, with the conditions we seek excellence in a competition with this complexity, "says the CEO of COL, Ricardo Trade. Participated in this inspection, representatives LOC and FIFA competitions in the areas of Operations, Media, TV, Protocol, Media, Information Technology, Accreditation, Security, Marketing, Medical, Ticketing, Transportation, Food, Volunteers, Logistics and Hospitality. During the visit to the works of the stadium, the CEO of COL, Ricardo Trade, and the director general of the office of FIFA in Brazil, Ron Del Mont, the governor of Rio Grande do Norte, Rosalba Ciarlini made a statement to the press. Photos: Adrovando Claro

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