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 Wednesday, September 20 2017 10:32
Marianna Mkrtchyan

Samvel Aleksanyan from Armenia became a bronze medalist of the First  European Youth Olympiad in Informatics

Samvel Aleksanyan from Armenia became a bronze medalist of the First  European Youth Olympiad in Informatics

ArmInfo. Samvel Aleksanyan from Armenia became the bronze medalist of the First European Youth Olympiad in Informatics eJOI, taking place in the capital of Bulgaria  Sofia from September 7-13.

According to the official website of the Olympiad www.ejoi.org, the  members of the junior team were selected according to the rating at  the final stage of the General Informatics in April 2017 among the  7-8th grades.

In total, 8 gold, 14 silver and 22 bronze medals were played at the  Olympiad. The most talented young people from 22 countries of the  Council of Europe took part in the Olympiad. In the medal standings,  Russia was the leader in the number of medals, with three gold  medals. Participants from Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Ukraine,  Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, Azerbaijan, Estonia have medalists' medal.   Tomislav Donchev, Deputy Prime Minister of Bulgaria, congratulated  the organizers of the Olympiad on its successful implementation and  stressed that the most successful investments are investments in  human capital. According to him, a good programmer is able to create  a new world. The next Olympiad will be held in Russia. The initiators  of the First European Youth Informatics Olympiad eJOI are the  president of the International Informatics Olympiad (IOI) Professor  Krasimir Manev, the general director of the A & B School of  Informatics Alexei Khristov, the chairman of the Council of the  Association of Olympic Teams Elena Marinova, the Chairman of the  Development Council of the Olympic Teams Association and the  president of the software company Musala Soft.

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