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In 2016, the construction of Russia's first short-track center in Russia can begin in Ulan-Ude

Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn, Governor of Buryatia, at a meeting with Vitaly Mutko, the Minister of Sport of Russia, discussed the development prospects of the region in the field of sports.

One of the subjects of discussion was the construction of the center of the short track in Ulan-Ude. As noted by Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn, in Russia at the moment there is no such center, so the Minister of Sport warmly supported this idea. The Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation will be able to allocate money for the construction of the center of the short track already in 2016, but for this the republic will have to find in the shortest possible time the funds for the preparation of design and estimate documentation for the project.

At the same time, the meeting resulted in an agreement on the construction of rural sports complexes of a rural type. In 2015, two such centers will be built - in Kurumkansky and Selenginsk districts.

The head of the region and the minister also spoke about the creation of an Olympic training center for athletes in the region for international competitions in Asia. According to Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn, Vitaly Mutko also supported this initiative.

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