Construction of a Modern Sports Complex is starting in Kobuleti

Tornike Rijvadze, the Chairman of the Government of Ajara announced the construction of a sports complex of modern standards in Kobuleti Municipality. The Chairman also got acquainted with the construction of a new base in Chakvi.

The construction process of a new gym in Chakvi is underway. Progress is tangible. We are already planning to finish it and put it into operation. It is important that all weightlifters have decent conditions both for training and for holding international competitions. This is not just one project that we will implement in Kobuleti municipality. It is planned to build a new, modern standard rugby stadium very soon' – Tornike Rijvadze said. The Chakvi Weightlifting Exercise Base building includes gym and conference halls, a seating area and a hotel area. The base building and all types of infrastructure are adapted for people with disabilities.

The Chairman of the Government noted that it is important to build sports infrastructure in Ajara equally in all municipalities, which will contribute to the promotion of a healthy lifestyle, the development of sports, sports infrastructure and sports tourism. ‘It has been decided to build a new, modern sports complex in Kobuleti. The project has already been completed. All relevant procedures will be completed by the end of the year. This was one of the main demands of the people of Kobuleti, which we took into account. We will build a very modern sports complex that will give new development opportunities to this municipality. "More than 30 million GEL will be spent for the implementation of this project’ – Tornike Rijvadze said.

Procurement of project documentation for complex design and landscape planning has already been carried out. The project of the sports complex envisages a mini field for football, basketball, handball, 3 halls and other spaces. In addition, 2 artificial turf and sand fields will be arranged in the project area.


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