• Statement by Prime Minister- PG2023 Conference
  • Statement by Prime Minister- PG2023 Conference

Statement by Prime Minister- PG2023 Conference

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Date : May 4, 2021
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STATEMENT BY PRIME MINISTER AT THE  

PG2023 CONFERENCE ON THE NATIONAL STADIUMS PROJECT

WEDNESDAY 23 OF MARCH

Your Excellency, Mr Li Ming, Ambassador of the Peoples Republic of China to Solomon Islands and your staff

Chairman, and Members of the National Hosting authority Board

Chairman, and Members of the National Hosting Authority Board

Chairman, and Members of the National Hosting Authority Board

Chairman, and Members of the Games Organising Committee

Chairman and Members of the Pacific Games Association and the National Olympics Committee of Solomon Islands

Chairman and Members of the National sports Council Committee Permanent Secretaries And Senior Government Officials Representative of SICCI

General Manager of CCECC

Members of the PRESS Ladies and Gentlemen

Thank you, thank you, and thank you all, for coming out today to join His Excellency, Ambassador Li Ming, and I at this joint Press Conference to update you all on the progress of the ‘Main Stadiums project for the 2023 Pacific Games” funded by the Government of the people’s Republic of China.

It is very good to see some you again after we met earlier today at the launch of the Solomon Islands COVID-19 Vaccination Rollout program.

Ladies and gentlemen, Solomon Islands and the Peoples Republic of China formally established Diplomatic Relations in September 2019.

Only 2 months after after the establishment of formal relations, an ‘Exchange of Notes’ was signed between the government of the People’s Republic of China and the government of Solomon Islands on 4th November 2019, paving the way for the government of the Peoples Republic of China to undertake the feasibility study on the Aid to Solomon Islands for the 2023 Pacific games stadium project.

The government of the Peoples Republic of China commissioned the Beijing Institute of Architectural Design Co. LTD to send a project team to Solomon Islands for on-site investigation from November 25, 2019 to December 17, 2019.

On 15th of December 2019, the ‘Joint Minutes outlining the scope of the main stadiums Projects’

Was signed between the Government between the Government of the Peoples Republic of China and the Solomon Islands Government.

Ladies and gentlemen, on 21 October 2020, barely one year after the establishment of formal Diplomatic relations between our two countries, the Government of Solomon Islands and the Government of the Peoples Republic of China signed the “Implementation Agreement of the 2023 Pacific Games Stadium Project”

This Project compromises a total of seven separate infrastructures. It is one of the largest infrastructure projects to be funded and built by the People’s Republic of China in any of PRCs partner Pacific Island country.

The seven infrastructure include:

i.A 10,000-seat national stadium which includes 1,000 VIP seats,

ii.An Aquatic centre hosting a 50-meter competition pool, and a 25-meter training pool

iii.A six-court tennis centre

iv.A full sized training track and field with a full-sized soccer/rugby field

v.A 90 meters by 50 meters multi-purpose hall

vi.A 5-aside competition hocky field

vii.A double story food court and office space building for the Games Organising Committee

Ladies and gentlemen, we have just heard from his Excellency, Ambassador Ming that his government has now formally appointed a Solomon Islands-based Chinese Construction Company, the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation [CCECC] as the Contractor for the PG2023 Stadiums project. CCECC is represented here this afternoon by their country Manager

 

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