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Olympiysky sports complex in Kyiv to launch new service after Euro 2012

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June 22, 2011, 4:50 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine
Commercial premises at the Olympiysky national sports complex in Kyiv will be in high demand after the Euro 2012 European Football Championship, according to the Web site of the Ukraine 2012 information center with reference to director for the complex’s operation Volodymyr Geninson. "There are plans to construct a large bowling center, an Olympic museum and a full-cycle anti-doping center here. I think corporate boxes or the so called skyboxes, which are an integral part of European and international arenas, will be in high demand," explained Geninson.

According to him, the commercial zone located on the Troitska Square will include shops, fan cafes, conference halls, and entertainment areas.
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