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Iranian Sports Complex Built in Kyrgyzstan

Iranian Sports Complex Built in Kyrgyzstan
An Iranian-built sports complex opened in Kyrgyzstan’s Osh province.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting Fars News Agency in Bishkek, an Iranian-built sports complex in Kyrgyzstan’s Osh province has been opened.

This sports complex, is the largest sports complex in the Osh province with financial support from the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The opening ceremony of the sports complex was attended by the Mayor of Osh, Saeed Kharazi, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Bishkek, and local athletes and residents.
The Mayor of Osh congratulated the residents at the opening ceremony of this new sports complex and thanked the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
“I am not mistaken in saying that this friendly Kyrgyzstan-Iran sports complex will not only train our future champions, but also strengthen friendship and cooperation between the two countries,” he said at the opening ceremony.
Sari Bashov added: “Our coaches have a great contribution in the development of future talents of different nationalities in order to awaken the sports value, national tolerance and patriotism of our people by holding high-level competitions in this sports complex.” It is hoped that international competitions will be held here and that the best athletes, Asian and world champions will emerge.
 Saeed Kharazi; Iranian Ambassador to Bishkek, congratulated the opening of the sports complex, saying: “One of our biggest projects in Kyrgyzstan is underway today. We want this sports complex to be a cultural place that strengthens friendship and there will be coordination between the two nations.”
It should be noted that in 2011, a bilateral agreement was signed with the help of $ 1 million from Iran to build this modern sports complex in Osh. The funds were provided as grants and the sports complex was donated to the people of Kyrgyzstan by the Iranians.

 

Dec 26, 2020 16:03
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