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28 June , 12:29

Sport development state program was approved in Bashkiria

In Bashkiria, a state program for developing physical culture and sports was approved. The corresponding decree, signed by Prime Minister Andrey Nazarov, is posted on the official Internet portal with the region's legal information.

The document states that an essential factor in the development of the industry is the social policy of Bashkortostan, which is aimed at supporting physical education, mass sports, and elite sports. One of the leading indicators is the number of citizens systematically involved in physical education and sports. There are 13,300 facilities in the republic for them - stadiums, football fields, gyms, swimming pools and other sports facilities. At the same time, some other extensive sports facilities continue to be built in Bashkiria, and they are ready in the future to host major sporting events at the regional, Russian, and international levels.

Despite the development of the sports and recreational sphere in the region's life, it was decided to ensure that by 2030, the number of residents of the republic from 3 to 79 years old who are systematically involved in physical education and sports will increase to 2.05 million people. To do this, it is necessary to create the conditions required for physical education and sports for all categories of the population, to introduce a new model for building a publicly accessible infrastructure for mass sports, including one that will help involve the non-state sector in solving the problems of developing mass sports.

Municipalities can also actively participate in the sports industry's development program. The resolution provides detailed explanations of how subsidies can be received from the Republican budget. Funding can be used to repair sports facilities, provide physical education and health services, pay coaches and teachers, and implement additional educational programs in Olympic sports.

Author: Eduard Kuskarbekov

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