Myanmar-Russia Cadet Shooting Competition held in Bahtoo

Myanmar hosted the Myanmar-Russia Cadet Shooting Competition at 600 metres ASEAN shooting range of Tatmadaw (Army) Officer Training School (Bahtoo) from 7 to 9 July.
The event was attended by Vice-Chief of Armed Forces Training of Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services (Army) Maj-Gen Aung Myo Thant, senior military officials, coaches, Russian delegation leader Maj Mikhail Gladyshev and cadets.
After the ceremonial procedures, the Myanmar-Russia cadets took positions in the range, the Vice-Chief of Armed Forces Training made remarks, and a documentary photo was taken together.
The cadets participated individually and in groups in 300-metre rifle shooting and 25-metre pistol shooting competitions for three days.
The awarding ceremony was held yesterday, and the officials awarded the winners and concluded the event.
The Myanmar-Russia Cadet Shooting Competition was held with the aim of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries, enhancing cooperation between the two armed forces, bolstering the friendship between the cadets of the two countries, and exchanging shooting techniques.
The Russian delegation also visited the Culamuni Pagoda, Bahtoo waterfall and Yaksauk Myoma market. — MNA/KTZH

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