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Yakutsk has hope for holding the Youth Olympic Games 2022 - Secretary General of the ROC

Preparations for the Children of Asia 2016 International Sports Games and the readiness of the city of Yakutsk to submit an application to host the Youth Olympic Games 2022 were discussed at a working meeting with the participation of Anastasia Davydova, Secretary General of the Russian Olympic Committee. This was reported by the press service of the Yakutia administration.

“Of course, Yakutsk has a hope for the Olympiad, and I am sure that the capital of the republic will compete with all other cities. Unfortunately, we do not yet know which cities will nominate their candidates, but I am sure that largely due to the fact that you are hosting Children of Asia, this will help Yakutsk qualify for the Youth Olympic Games in 2022. For our part, we will lobby for the interests of Yakutsk, ”Anastasia Davydova said following the meeting.

Earlier, the head of the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Egor Borisov, addressed the ROC with the initiative of holding the 100 anniversary of the Yakut autonomy of the Youth Olympic Games in the year.

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