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Kirsan

„I want to thank Mr Bes­sel Kok for his nice speech, and nice words. Thank you very much. Dear dele­ga­tes, dear friends, now I want to speak about my pro­gram, [which] many of you have. During the­se ten years I worked with you. First of all I want to thank very much ever­y­bo­dy who worked with me during the­se ten years. You could see during the­se ten years my work, and you could see that always I was open for ever­y­bo­dy, I was open for unity, becau­se my main princip­le is peace, my main princip­le is to work for chess. What is my pro­gram? My pro­gram is ten hard working years for chess. My pro­gram is ten hard working years for the unity in chess. Now I want to work for chess. Why? Becau­se chess is not only my job. Becau­se chess is not only my hob­by. But becau­se chess is my love, becau­se chess is my life for ever!“

Hier­bei han­delt es sich um den kom­plet­ten Text der Rede Kir­san Ily­umzhi­no­vs vor den Dele­gier­ten der Gene­ral­ver­samm­lung der FIDE, mit der er sei­ne erneu­te Kan­di­da­tur für das Prä­si­den­ten­amt begrün­de­te. Auf eine Ãœber­set­zung wird ver­zich­tet. Viel­leicht hät­te Bes­sel Kok auch bes­ser Pidgin gesprochen.

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  1. Groß­ar­tig. Lang­an­hal­ten­der Beifall.

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