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Orders of December 28, 2021 No. 3903-r, No. 3907-r
Order of December 28, 2021 No. 3903-r
Order of December 28, 2021 No. 3907-r
Over the next three years, over 6 billion rubles will be allocated to the regions to create sports infrastructure. The orders on the targeted distribution of federal subsidies were signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
Of this amount, more than 1.6 billion rubles will go towards completing the construction of a multifunctional ice arena in Novosibirsk. It is on this site that the main matches of the World Hockey Championship among juniors will be held in 2023. The opening and closing ceremonies of the championship will also take place here. In the future, the arena will be able to host other major competitions in hockey, figure skating and short track speed skating. The ice complex is designed for 10.5 thousand spectators. The construction of the arena has been going on since 2019 and will be completed in 2022. In past years, over 4.3 billion rubles were allocated from the federal budget for its creation.
The Yaroslavl Region will receive more than 1.8 billion rubles over the next two years. With the help of federal funds, a volleyball center will be built in the capital of the region by 2023.
Also, in the next two years, more than 1.5 billion rubles will go to the Ivanovo region. The money will go to the construction of the Water Sports Palace in Ivanovo. According to the project, it will have two swimming pools for adults (50 and 25 meters) and one for children, a gym and a dance hall, and a playroom. The complex will open in 2024.
Finally, 1.1 billion rubles will be allocated to the Republic of Bashkortostan in 2022–2024 for the construction of an international center for wrestling in Ufa. It is planned to open a wrestling school and hold national and international competitions. The center will start operating in 2024.
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