Russian Olympic Committee President Alexander Zhukov and International Cycling Union (UCI) vice-president David Lappartient are among new members of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) Coordination Commission for the 2019 European Games in Minsk.
Azad Rahimov, the Azerbaijani Minister of Youth and Sport, the chief executive of the inaugural European Games in Baku in 2015, is among other members of the 23 strong panel.
It had already been announced that Greece's Spyros Capralos will chair the Commission and that other members will include International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board member Sergey Bubka.
Zlatko Mateša, the former Prime Minister of Croatia and President of his country's National Olympic Committee, is the deputy chairman.
Zhukov, a Russian IOC member, is also serving as chair of the IOC Coordination Commission for the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing.
Russia was originally chosen as the "preferred choice" of the EOC to host the second European Games before they withdrew their interest following allegations of state-sponsored doping.
Lappartient, the European Cycling Union President, is standing for UCI President against Britain's Brian Cookson,
The Frenchman one of six representatives of European Federations.
He is joined by Norway's Svein Arne Hansen, Dutchman Ronald Kramer, Russia's Sergey Soloveichik, Belgium's Gregory Verpoorten and Britain's Albert Woods, respective European Presidents from athletics, table tennis, judo, badminton and canoeing.
Four other National Olympic Committee Presidents are on the panel.
They are Spain's Alejandro Blanco, Lithuania's Daina Gudzinevičiūtė, Poland's Andrzej Kraśnicki and Denmark's Niels Nygaard.
They are joined by Turkish Olympic Committee vice-president Hasan Arat, German Olympic Sports Confederation chief executive Michael Vesper, French National Olympic and Sports Committee secretary general Jean-Michel Brun, National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland secretary general Liney Halldorsdottir, Olympic Committee of Serbia secretary general Djordje Visacki and the British Olympic Association's director of Olympic Relations Jan Paterson.
Other EOC representatives include the body's acting President Janez Kocijančič of Slovenia, as well as secretary general Raffaele Pagnozzi of Italy, treasurer Kikis Lazarides of Cyprus and Executive Committee member Marc Theisen of Luxembourg.
Experts and advisors from operational areas such as the Athletes' Village, transport, technology, broadcast and medical complete the Commission.
These include EOC senior sports consultant Pierce O'Callaghan and commercial adviser Andrew Craig from Ireland and Britain respectively.
"We are delighted to have finalised the membership of the Coordination Commission for Minsk 2019," said Kocijančič.
"Spyros chaired an impressive Coordination Commission for Baku 2015 and he will now be supported by members representing all stakeholders of the European Games - from the EOC and European Federations to athletes and NOCs.
"Preparations for Minsk 2019 are now gathering speed and we are excited to visit Belarus to meet with the Organising Committee to offer our support and hear updates on their progress.
"These European Games are a very important event for European athletes, providing them with hands-on experience of competing at a multi-sport event as well as qualification opportunities for Tokyo 2020.
"It will be our role on the Coordination Commission to work with the Organising Committee to ensure that we deliver the optimum environment at the Games for athletes to be able to compete at their very best."
One possible distraction for Capralos is the ongoing chaos at the Hellenic Olympic Committee after a court ruled last week that his re-election as President in February was void due to the absence of his opponent, Isidoros Kouvelos, who had been taken to hospital shortly before the vote.
Action at the European Games is due to take place from June 21 to 30 in 2019.
It will feature the 16 sports of archery, athletics, badminton, basketball 3x3, beach soccer, beach volleyball, boxing, canoe sprint, cycling, gymnastics, karate, judo, sambo, shooting, table tennis and wrestling.