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Handball: Great Britain qualified for the Olympics yesterday – play their first match in Hungary tomorrow

Handball: Great Britain qualified for the Olympics yesterday – play their first match in Hungary tomorrow

On Sunday, it was Great Britain and not Cameroon for the Swedish women. The reason is that Cameroon was very late in applying for a visa to Hungary and they did not receive all the necessary documents. This means that the team is now unable to enter the country, despite efforts from several quarters to resolve the situation.

– Hungary has really tried to resolve the situation, so they shouldn't be blamed, International Handball Federation board member Anna Raab tells SVT Sport.

When he couldn't work it out with Cameron, the problem moved on and finally got to England

“Great Britain is eager to participate, and may turn up in Hungary at very short notice”, pThe European Volleyball Federation says in its justification.

The question also went to Senegal and Congo-Brazzaville, who finished third and fourth in the African Olympic qualifiers, and the countries behind them yesterday, but none of those national teams could travel to Debrecen before the Olympic qualifiers began.

Intensive work has been underway in recent weeks with the Hungarian Handball Federation, the International Handball Federation, the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the German Embassy in Yaoundé to settle a place for Cameroon.

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