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LONDON, July 26 (Itar-Tass) — On Thursday, the president of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Committee, Dmitry Chernyshenko, will be reporters’ guide at Sochi.Park in London.
The Russia.Sochi.Park in prestigious Kensington Gardens will be the biggest Russian project ever organized in Great Britain. It will consist of Russia.Park and Sochi.Park and will familiarize Londoners and visitors with the life of Russia and with the site of the future Olympic Games in Sochi. Both parks will be open from July 26 till August 12.
“We have done all to make use of the last opportunity to get access to our targeted audience, to those who have arrived in London and will be able to come to our Sochi,” he said earlier. “We will tell them about Russia and why the Olympic Games in Sochi will be unique. We will try to make our Olympic Games no worse than in London. We will demonstrate the face of a new modern Russia – a young and innovative Russia, ready to invite the world in 2014,” Chernyshenko stressed.