Algeria,Qatar,Vietnam& Serbia Want to Host ArmyGames Competitions

The first international conference on the preparation for the International ARMY Games 2021 was held on Thursday. During the conference, representatives of the military departments of Algeria, Vietnam, Qatar, and Serbia expressed their desire to hold a number of ARMY Games 2021 competitions on their territories.

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On 17 December,  the first international conference was held on the preparation and holding of the International Army Games 2021 with the participation of representatives of the host countries of ARMY Games 2021 diplomatic corps of foreign states. The event was held via videoconference.

During the conference, representatives of the military departments of Algeria, Vietnam, Qatar, and Serbia expressed the desire of the military departments of their countries to host for the first time a number of ArMI- 2021 competitions on their territories and to take part in the procedure for organising competitions.

About 20 states (Azerbaijan, Algeria, Armenia, Belarus, Vietnam, Iran, India, Israel, China, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Sri Lanka) are considering the possibility of holding Army Games 2021 competitions.

About 20 states (Azerbaijan, Algeria, Armenia, Belarus, Vietnam, Iran, India, Israel, China, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Sri Lanka) are considering the possibility of holding Army Games 2021 competitions.

The conference was attended by delegations of the military departments of Belarus, India, Kazakhstan, China, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, Armenia, Pakistan, as well as more than 50 military attaches from Asia, Africa, Europe and America.

The International ARMY Games 2021 will be held from 22 August to 4 September. During the Games, it is planned to hold 34 international competitions with the maximum expansion of their geography. Invitations to participate in ARMY Games 2021 have been sent to the military departments of 95 countries.

The organising committee of the Games 2021 expects that next year at least 260 teams from more than 45 countries will take part in the competition.