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NOCC unveils mascot for 2018 National Games

A dove called 'The Peacemaker' will represent the 2018 National Games as mascot.
A dove called 'The Peacekeeper' will represent the 2018 National Games as mascot.

NOCC unveils mascot for 2018 National Games

The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia has unveiled its mascot for this year’s National Games, which are to open on May 25.

The dove, preap in Khmer and a universal symbol of peace, is called “The Peacekeeper” and will represent the Games, which are being hailed as a medium to bring people together and have the theme “Unity is Strength”.


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