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Rehabilitation work on the swimming pool complex in Cumaná progresses

The first phase of recovery work is almost 40% complete

The first phase of the rehabilitation work of the swimming pool complex of the Félix 'Lalito' Velásquez sports center, in Cumaná, Sucre state; They register close to 40% progress, as reported by the director of the Autonomous Sports Institute of the state of Sucre, Jesús Márquez.

The official explained that, so far, the demolition of the caico in the 50-meter and warming pools, replacement of the metal structures of the roof of the stands, rehabilitation of bathroom and shower batteries, restoration of the perimeter fence, among other tasks.

“The installation of the electrical system in the pool complex has also been done, which means that in this first phase we are about 40% complete with this beautiful work, which we have been carrying out for approximately 30 days,” said Márquez. .

In this sense, he assured that the reactivation of the swimming pool complex will allow this sporting discipline to be promoted in the eastern entity.

“The sports of swimming, synchronized swimming, diving and water polo are going to be promoted again in our state and will give us the opportunity to add medals to our medal table in the next youth national games that will be held from now on, in our country,” he assured.

In this context, Márquez indicated that the work is carried out by the Government of Sucre through the Socialist Development Corporation for the state of Sucre (Corposucre), with the technical support of the region's sports institute.

He highlighted that the investment in this first stage of rehabilitation reaches 3 billion digital bolivars, which were approved by the Federal Government Council (CFG).

In this regard, Márquez highlighted the commitment of the national and regional Government to carry out the execution of this important project, which will guarantee the recovery of the complex after thirteen years of paralysis.

“Sucre deserved the start of this work, which is an effort and commitment from our president Nicolás Maduro, who has guaranteed the resources through the CFG to materialize the dream of reactivating the pools,” he said.

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