A Syrian team wins second place in the Arab Mental Arithmetic Championship in Egypt

The Syrian team from the city of Qamishli won second place in the Arab Mental Arithmetic Championship, which concluded yesterday in Egypt, with the participation of 46 teams.

Trained team leader Rawda Al-Muktif said in a statement to SANA that obtaining this advanced position was the result of continuous exercise and training. This result reflected the children's ability to compete and achieve advanced positions in the strongest competitions.

She pointed out that the participants completed difficult arithmetic operations in record time, as the child Blend Mustafa Habo achieved first place in the sixth level, in addition to his participation with the team at the rest of the levels.

The Syrian team included 10 children from the city of Qamishli, aged between 5 and 12 years, the youngest of the participants was the 5-year-old girl Jane Hamo, and the competition was organized through the virtual world.

Haifaa Mafalani