Cambodia, the nation that will be hosting the 32nd edition of the Southeast Asian Games (also referred to as SEA Games and Cambodia 2023, click here and here), is aiming to deliver the best experience for the thousands of visitors and sports delegates who will be attending the games this May, the Khmer Times reported focusing on Prime Minister Hun Sen’s most recent meeting with sports delegations.
To put things in perspective, posted below is the excerpt from the Khmer Times news report. Some parts in boldface…
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday met with national sports delegations including coaching staff and athletes ahead of the upcoming SEA Games that will be held in May in Cambodia for the first time in 64 years.
This is the fifth time that Mr Hun Sen has met with sports delegations at a dinner.
At this year’s meeting, 4,264 delegations were allowed to be with the Prime Minister, according to his Facebook page.
“It is a priceless moment for Cambodia to host the first SEA Games and ASEAN Para Games after waiting for 64 years,” Mr Hun Sen said in the meeting.
“Cambodia is aiming to provide the best experience with great hospitality for visitors as well as sports delegations who will be visiting Cambodia during the SEA Games.”
He said he will wait for good results from all the Cambodian athletes who will be competing in different sports in the event. However, he asked the athletes to follow the rules and compete with dignity.
“We want to showcase Cambodia to the world through this event,” said the Prime Minister.
Tourism Minister Thong Khon said this meeting has shown that the government is paying high attention to the national sports delegations as well as sports development in Cambodia.
“This could also be the best opportunity for the sports delegations to get more advice from the Prime Minister ahead of the upcoming SEA Games,” he said.
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