Union sports minister attends SEAGF Council meeting

The South-East Asian Games Federation (SEAGF) Council held a meeting for the successful holding of SEA Games yesterday afternoon through video conferencing in Nay Pyi Taw. The meeting was attended by Olympic Committee Chairpersons from Southeast Asian countries led by SEAGF office members. Chairman of the Myanmar Olympic Committee Union minister for Sports and Youth Affairs U Min Thein Zan, General Secretary of the committee Deputy minister U Myo Hlaing and officials from the committee also attended the meeting.
At the meeting, Union minister U Min Thein Zan said Myanmar will participate in the 31st and the 32nd SEA Games, adding it will cooperate with the member countries for the successful holding of competitions and it would do its best to develop sports in the Southeast Asian countries.
The meeting discussed matters related to opening/closing ceremonies of the 31st SEA Games, accommodations, healthcare, transport and issuance of entry cards for the contestants. According to the decision of the meeting, the Chairman of the Cambodian Olympic Committee was appointed to be the co-chairman of the South-East Asian Games Federation (SEAGF).
Viet Nam will host the 31st SEA Games in 2022. Between 12 and 23 May, 40 events of sports and 526 events of competitions will be held in 12 cities in Viet Nam. The 32nd SEA Games will be held in five cities in Cambodia between 5 and 17 May 2023. — MNA

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