Brunei Darussalam is ready to host the 6th Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines Friendship Games on November 28 to 30, according to Brunei Darussalam Director for Youth and Sports Development Haji Matassim Bin Haji Jibah.
On Tuesday’s BIMP-EAGA Friendship Games Road Show at the Apo View Hotel, he said that the games are important because this will improve relations in the growth area.
Aside from the youth exchange program, other side events are also being lined-up to complement the hosting of the games.
With the theme of “Cooperation Through Sports”, Brunei will also hold exhibits and cultural performances as well the sports administration and nutrition conference.
Philippine Sports Commission senior executive assistant Joseph Encabo said that the competition will be for athletes 21 years old and below and national players are not allowed to join to give other up and coming talents to shine and hone their skills on a higher level.
Events are athletics, aquatics, badminton, futsal, sepak takraw, pencak silat and tennis.
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