Thailand, Cambodia, Laos soldiers unite in border safety sports event

A distinctive sporting event kicked off between the border security forces of Thailand, Cambodia, and Laos, aiming to strengthen military ties between the three nations. Guaranteed -games are happening in Ubon Ratchathani, organised by the Suranaree process pressure, and have men’s football, pétanque, volleyball, and golf. A whole of 60 athletes from each country are taking part in the competition.
The opening ceremony was presided over by the Suranaree process force’s chief, Major General Weerayut Raksin, Lieutenant General Chea Sopheak, deputy chief of Cambodia’s 4th army region, and Wiangnakhon Bualaphan, deputy chief of Laos’ Champasak schooling and sports activities section.
Major General Weerayut noted that the event aligns with the army chief General Narongphan Jitkaewtae’s coverage of utilising sports to enhance relations between the safety forces of the three countries alongside their shared borders, reported Bangkok Post.
Lieutenant General Chea expressed that sporting competitions are a wonderful means to achieve this goal and stated that Cambodia is prepared to host the subsequent event, potentially within the form of a bicycle race. Lieutenant General Thol Sovan, deputy chief of Cambodia’s 3rd brigade support, emphasised the positive relationship between the Cambodian and Thai militaries.
He added that soldiers alongside the border persistently coordinate with one another and set up clear agreements to forestall further battle, referring to the unfortunate skirmish that took place in 2011..

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