Armenian chess players 2nd at Croatia, Serbia team championships

Armenian chess players 2nd at Croatia, Serbia team championships

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian grandmaster Sergei Movsesian won the title of the vice-champion of Croatia in the country’s team championship as a member of "Mladost", Zagreb Club.

Rijek’s Liburnija Club won the tournament.

Meanwhile, Gabriel Sargissian became the vice-champion of Serbia in a team championship as a member of Kragujevac’s Vodovod Club.

The club of Novi Sad won the champion’s title, armchess.am reported.

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