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Following voting procedures at the 45th General Assembly of the European Olympic Committees in Minsk last quar­ter, 2016 Belarus was elected to host the second European Games in 2019. 

As such, new sports facilities will be built in Minsk to host the event as Andrei Shorets, mayor, Minsk, exclaimed, “Our number one goal is to build the track-and-field stadium Dinamo that will host the opening ceremony.

The second facility, the Rhythmic Gymnastics Center, is scheduled to be delivered in mid 2018.”

The Minsk authorities acknowledge that there will be big numbers of tourists coming to the Belarusian capital for the games, in light of this, there are also plans to create hospitality zones and the set-up of an organising committee to prepare for the European event.