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Gov’t to build more sports facilities

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The government will build more sports venues and facilities to meet the public’s growing demand for a healthier lifestyle. Last Friday the Sports Committee chaired by Cheong U, the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, held its third meeting of the year, after which the president of the Sport Development Board, Vong Iao Lek, told TDM that in response to the public’s growing demand for sports venues, the authority will seek more space to build permanent or temporary facilities for residents’ use.
As to practical plans, he said the Mong Ha Stadium would be large enough to meet the needs of residents in that area. But no timetable was given for its expected completion. The Training Center planned for the East Asian Games Stadium will be put up for public tender next year. The meeting was held to collect views from Committee Members on the city’s sports development.

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