The FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) being officially informed of events
where the decision of the General Assembly held in Budapest 2013, related to multiple
CAC's Shows, is not followed by different countries, has decided to open an investigation
concerning the countries that are not presently following the rules in ITS coming
meeting of the Executive Committee to be held in Lisbon in July 2014.
The FCI General Committee agreed with Mr Onichshenko’s (UKU President) suggestion
according to which the UKU (the Ukrainian canine organisation) will keep running
the Crimea cynological activities until December 31st, 2014. This term
gives both organisations (UKU, the Ukrainian canine organisation and RKF, the Russian
canine organisation), sufficient time to analyse the situation and organise the
transfer of activities.
The FCI General Committee has the pleasure to inform that a new national canine
organisation has just signed a partnership contract with our federation: the Egyptian
Kennel Federation (EKF).
The FCI General Committee members would like to express their deep sadness as they
think of the many victims of the disastrous floods in Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina
and Croatia. Our thoughts are with our member-countries affected by this tragedy
and all the families in distress during this difficult time. Please accept our most
Rafael de Santiago
March, 2014 - Earlier this year, the FCI Executive Committee was hosted by the Canadian
Kennel Club (CKC) at their offices in Toronto. A variety of subjects were discussed
in the spirit of shared learning and collaboration.
Mr Rafael de Santiago was recently invited to attend the China Kennel Union-FCI International
Dog Show in Shanghai, China on March 13, 14, 15 & 16, 2014.
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