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National Sports Tourism Hub to be created in Anenii Noi

09:27 | 11.05.2022 Category: Regional

Chisinau, May 11 / MOLDPRES /- The Regional Development Agency (ADR) Centru, Anenii Noi City Hall and the executing company recently signed an enterprise contract within the regional project that provides for the creation of a National Sports Tourism Hub in Anenii Noi, financed from the National Fund for Regional and Local Development (FNDRL) and co-financed by the project applicant.

Under the contract, within twenty months, the company was committed to carry out the works set out in the contract on construction of a building, which will serve as a training center for the national Olympic teams for triathlon, cycling, motocross and kayaking canoe, as well as a children's academy, point of rent / repair of equipment and sale of local products.

It also provides for the arrangement of asphalt and pebble parking lots for caravans, the development of festivals, concerts, carting, etc .; arrangement of the swimming and kayak-canoe lake and the adjacent beach (with changing rooms, shower and toilet); construction of eight rustic cottages for tourist accommodation; arranging the playground for children, a park, etc.

"Such events gather hundreds of participants and thousands of spectators, everywhere there will be banners to promote the tourism brand of the Central Development Region, tourist attractions and local products from Anenii Noi, Causeni and Stefan Voda, and local traders will be able to sell products in specially arranged spaces or store-caravans ", explains ADR Centru.

The value of the enterprise contract is 24,407,200.31 lei, the contribution of the City Hall of Anenii Noi - 2,675,276.04 lei.

Photo: ADR Center

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