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PHOTO: Massimov attended Junior Boxing Championship in Astana 01 августа 2011, 13:07

Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan took part in the ceremony of awarding the gold medal to Bekzhan Kibitkaliyev who won in 54kg category.
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Photo courtesy of press-service of Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan Photo courtesy of press-service of Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan
Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Massimov visited Kazakhstan sports center in Astana where the final fight of the Junior Boxing Championship took place, Tengrinews.kz reports referring to Karim Massimov’s personal page in Facebook. He took part in awarding the gold medal to Bekzhan Kibitkaliyev who won in 54kg category. “AIBA Junior World Championship involving over 500 sportsmen from 48 countries was hosted by Kazakhstan for the first time,” the message reads. Kazakhstan has got one gold medal at the championship, one silver and three bronze.


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