PN promises walking/jogging/cycling track for Ta’ QaliTuesday, January 17, 2017, 19:56
A future PN government is committed to put sports as a priority and will support MOC bids for special sports events. Consultations for the PN’s National Sports Policy leading to 2025 were discussed during a meeting between the Executive Committee of the Malta Olympic Committee and PN spokesperson for Sports David Agius.
The discussion revolved around how all this can be achieved and David Agius mentioned that plans are in their final stages to identify the infrastructural needs for important sports events to be held in Malta.
David Agius added that a new PN Government will be investing in Ta’ Qali and improve it as a sport and leisure village which will include a 2.5km jogging/walking track and a cycling track.
He also said that PN will commit funds for a major programme in sports infrastructure to send the clear message to the public that switching to a healthy lifestyle is easy and accessible.
David Agius said that the ultimate objective would be to create a proper sports culture in our society that a future PN Government would work closely with the MOC and sports Associations in this direction.