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Over 300 billion VND added to 31st SEA Games’ preparation budget

An additional 301 billion VND (13.17 million USD) from the 2021 State budget for sport and training has been approved for regular expenditure tasks needed for the preparation for the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games).

According to a decision freshly signed by Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai, 283 billion VND of the sum is earmarked for the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism; and 18 billion VND for the Ministry of Public Security.

Over 300 billion VND, 31st SEA Games, preparation budget, sport and training, regular expenditure tasks, testing activities

The logo and mascot of SEA Games 31.

The 31st SEA Games, hosted by Vietnam, will run in Hanoi and 11 neighbouring localities from May 12 to 23 this year. With 40 sports covering 526 events, the tournament is expected to attract some 10,000 participants.

Frequent Covid-19 testing activities are expected throughout the course of the Games.

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The Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAGF) Office held a virtual meeting on October 18, with the participation of representatives from 11 national Olympic Committees and members of the SEAGF Office, according to the Vietnam Olympic Committee.
 
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SEA Games 31 postponed due to Covid-19
The Vietnam Sports Administration (VSA) has suggested the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MoCST) delay the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) to a more suitable time to ensure Covid-19 prevention and control, and the safety of participants, said spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang.
 
SEA Games 31 may be delayed to 2022
Due to the complicated Covid-19 situation, Southeast Asian nations have recommended to push SEA Games 31 hosted by Vietnam to next year.
 

Source: NDO/VNA

Over 300 billion VND, 31st SEA Games, preparation budget, sport and training, regular expenditure tasks, testing activities
 
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