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Bell applauds successful Youth Games bid

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Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister, Jonathan Bell, has congratulated the Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council on its successful bid to host the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games.

Jonathan Bell said: “I want to congratulate everyone at the Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council for all their hard work in winning the bid for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games. The Games provide an excellent opportunity for aspiring young athletes from the Commonwealth family to take part in international competition, whilst also offering spectators the chance to see the sports stars of the future in action.

“We all want to see the games in Belfast in 2021 and my officials, Tourism NI and the Commonwealth Games Council are working together to ensure the necessary business case is in place to allow us to host the event.”

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