MoSYA Union Minister, Myanmar Sports Team leave for XXXII SEA Games

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Union Minister U Min Thein Zan and Myanmar sports contingent are seen before leaving for Cambodia.

Union Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs U Min Thein Zan accompanied by the Myanmar Sports Team led by team leader Director-General U Tun Myint Oo of the Sports and Physical Education Department left Yangon for Cambodia by Myanmar National Airlines (chartered plane) yesterday afternoon.
Myanmar representatives have been invited to join the Thirty-second South East Asian (SEA) Games which will be held from 5 to 17 May 2023, and they were seen off at the Yangon International Airport by Yangon Region Chief Minister U Soe Thein and ministers, officials from the Sports and Physical Education Department, and the public.
Before the departure, the Union minister and the Yangon Region chief minister encouraged the Myanmar Sports Team to take special care of their health, try their best to achieve success and enhance the prestige of the country.
One invited person, a 13-member administration team, six coaches, 15 male athletes, and 11 female athletes from Vovinam Sports, two coaches, two male athletes, and seven female athletes from Pétanque Sports, four coaches, six male athletes, and three female athletes from Boxing Sports, two coaches, four male athletes, and three female athletes from Tennis Sports, four coaches, two male athletes, and four female athletes from Athletics (marathon), six coaches, nine male athletes, and three female athletes from Lethwei (Traditional Boxing), six coaches, 14 male athletes, and 14 female athletes from Chinlone (Cane Ball) Sports, and eight international referees participated in the sports team.— MNA/KZL

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