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Lukashenko: Dinamo Stadium will be home to active leisure fans

President 21.06.2018 | 19:59
The javelin thrower Tatiana Kholodovich, Alexander Lukashenko, and the football player Artyom Bykov during the opening ceremony
The javelin thrower Tatiana Kholodovich, Alexander Lukashenko, and the football player Artyom Bykov during the opening ceremony

MINSK, 21 June (BelTA) – The renovated Dinamo Stadium in Minsk will become a sweet home for active leisure fans. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko made the relevant statement during the opening ceremony on 21 June, BelTA has learned.

Alexander Lukashenko said: “Relying on traditions and experience, today we are starting a new life of the great cultural and sport venue. Only Belarusian specialists have been employed to take care of all the restoration and construction work. By using cutting-edge technologies, they've preserved the historical foundation while making the stadium up-to-date and high-tech. Now we can proudly invite famous athletes from all over the world to come here. I am convinced that the stadium will definitely become home to active leisure fans. From now on the Dinamo Stadium will always host the largest and most interesting events.”

On behalf of sport fans, athletes, and the entire Belarusian nation the Belarus president expressed gratitude for the magnificent stadium. “Let me tell you something personal. I was lucky once to play in this stadium. I remember, I know that, fortunately, many legends of this stadium still live. Making the decision to revive the stadium, in essence, to create a new physical training, sport, and cultural center here, I was thinking about those, whose destiny was connected with this stadium, who lived for this stadium, who went to see games, competitions, and concerts here. And about millions of other people starting with our reporters, commentators and ending with the greatest athletes,” noted the Belarusian leader.

Alexander Lukashenko reminded about the history of the legendary stadium, which hosted competitions of the 1980 Olympic Games. In 2019 the Dinamo Stadium will become the heart of the 2nd European Games Minsk 2019. The opening ceremony will take place here as well as field-and-track athletics competitions.

“Sport and the Olympic movement serve high and noble causes. They are meant to unite countries and nations, bolster the will and character of athletes, and inspire dreams in the younger generation. May this renovated stadium become a symbol of these beautiful ideals!” said Alexander Lukashenko.

“Our nation expects athletes to produce great accomplishments. The nation has the right to expect them. I want athletes to be worthy of this great nation!” said Alexander Lukashenko.

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