The winners of the contest, which starts on January 27, will be determined in the nominations “The Best Concept of the Visual Image of the Games” and will receive cash prizes in the amount of 100,000 roubles (for the development of materials for the CIS Games) and 50,000 roubles (for the First Urban Games).
The CIS Games, which will be held in Kazan on August 20-27, along with other international competitions, will become one of the most important sporting events of 2020 in Tatarstan. This was announced today at a briefing in the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Tatarstan by the Deputy Minister of Sports of the Republic of Tatarstan Khalil Shaykhutdinov and Director General of the Directorate for Sports and Social Projects Azat Kadyrov.
A meeting on the preparation and holding of the first Games of the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in Kazan in August 2020 was held by the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov and the Minister of Sports of the Russian Federation Pavel Kolobkov.
Russia’s Minister of Sports Pavel Kolobkov, who visited Kazan on January 14, was Informed on the results of GTO Complex implementation in 2019. The results of work performed in this respect were presented by Azat Kadyrov, Director General of the Directorate for Sports and Social Projects.
On December 25 in Moscow, Minister of Sport of the Russian Federation Pavel Kolobkov held a working meeting with Minister od Sport of the Republic of Tatarstan Vladimir Leonov and the director of ANO “Directorate for Sports and Social Projects” Azat Kadyrov.
In 2019, the Directorate for Sports and Social Projects took part in the delivery of 17 international and national events and celebrated the 10th anniversary of its activities. Director General of the Directorate, Azat Kadyrov, summarised the year’s results during his media briefing.
Aziz Mamedov, student ofKazan State Power Engineering University, was named Volunteer of the Year 2019. The young man has contributed a total of 1,768 volunteer hours, 657 in 2019. During the ceremony, he received his prize from Leila Fazleeva, Prime Minister of the Republic of Tatarstan, and Inessa Klyukina, winner of the Russian Volunteer Competition 2019.
The awarding ceremony took place on the sidelines of the International Volunteer Forum timed to coincide with International Volunteer Day. Inessa Klyukina from Kazan became the Grand Prize winner. She took the first place in the Equal Opportunities nomination.