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Dmitry Medvedev inspects Olympic Village

16 December 2013 - 5:40pm

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev inspected today the Olympic Village in Sochi.

 

Medvedev said that other countries will find it difficult to arrange the same conditions as in Sochi and that the next host of the Olympic Games will have to try hard.

 

All in all, the premier is satisfied with the work at the Olympic Village.

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