New Sport’s palace opens in Yarmag

There are over 5,000 seats inside the domed arena
On December 2, the opening of a Sport’s Palace built in the Yarmag,Khan-Uul District with non-refundable aid of China’s government was held. An agreement of transfer of the new Sports Palace to the Mongolian side was signed by S. Bayartsogt, MP and member of the Government of Mongolia, and Yu Hongyao, Chinese Ambassador to Mongolia.
Spacious parking areas surround the new sports facility located near the airport
The Palace has 5,045 seats in total, a 2,950 sq.m arena for sports events, two smaller halls with 260sq.m each for sport training and a total of 104 rooms. In accordance with the Intergovernmental Economic and Technical Cooperation Agreements signed by the two governments on December 26, 2003, June 5, 2004, and May 24 and November 20, 2005, two sides agreed to implement construction of Sports Palace. China’s ‘Shanghai General Constructional Group’ was selected as an executor of construction work and established a cooperation agreement with Mongolia’s Finance Ministry and Physical Culture and Sports Department on December 24, 2007. Construction work was officially launched on June 20, 2008.
The Palace is not only dedicated to sports competitions, but to cultural events as well. Present at the opening ceremony were Prime Minister S. Batbold, Health Minister S. Lambaa and officials of sports organizations.
Mongolia finished the Guangzhou- 2010 Asian Games on November 28 with 2 gold, 5 silver, and 9 bronze medals. Mongolia ranked 21st in the official medal tally, which based pm the number of gold medals each country wins

source: 'The Mongol messenger' newspaper



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