Temporary facilities receive final adjustments to the Olympics

Manaus receive six football matches, in the days 4, 7 e 9 of August, and four male and two female games.
20/07/2016 08h03 - Updated 20/07/2016 15h04
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On Tuesday morning (19), It was agreed to schedule the last details to be held at the temporary premises of the Olympic Complex, comprising the Amazon Convention Centers Vasco Vasques and Sambadrome, delivered to Rio-2016 before the deadline closing, and Amazon Arena already finalized.

Over 170 items, between partitions, counters, gradis, confiscated, paintings, electrical distribution, signaling, shops, securities, among others, the schedule established by the International Olympic Committee (WATCH) enters final straight over 90% already completed.

"When the Culture Secretary took this mission, We entered with the focus of delivering services before the deadline and it was done, following the determination of the Governor Jose Melo. Both Vasques Vasco as the Sambadrome are already activities, busy with the Rio 2016 team ", says Secretary Robério Braga, and coordinator of temporary services for the Olympics.

Among many professionals present at the meeting, They were: Secretary of Sejel, Fabricio Lima; representatives of the Rio 2016, Daniela Ferraz and Carlos Junior; and Manaus Committee, helium Gesta.

Missing a few days to the start of the Olympics, the mood is optimistic. "With all the results in the last few days, Rio 2016 Committee is confident that the Olympic games in Manaus will be a success ", says Hélio Gesta.

"We are pleased with the work done by the Secretariat of Culture. Now only missing some adjustments. We got here safe that everything will be ready for the start of the games in the Arena ", adds Carlos Junior.


Manaus will get six football tournament matches, in the days 4, 7 e 9 of August, and four male and two female games duels. With the Brazilian women in the field, no dia 9 of August, to 21h, against South Africa.

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