MoSYA Union Minister attends opening ceremony of 31st SEA Games in Viet Nam

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MoSYA Union Minister U Min Thein Zan is pictured praising the Myanmar sports team at the 31st SEA Games opening event.

The opening ceremony of the 31st SEA Games hosted by Viet Nam was held at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi at 8 pm local standard time on 12 May.
Myanmar Olympics Committee Chairman Union Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs U Min Thein Zan, Director-General U Tun Myint Oo of the Sports and Physical Education Department and relevant officials joined the event.
During the ceremony, Viet Nam’s President Nguyen Xuân Phúc declared the opening of the 31st SEA Games.
Viet Nam first hosted the SEA Games in 2003 and the second time it holds the current 31st SEA Games.
The 31st edition of the SEA Games features 40 sports. — MNA

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