APC Executive Board meets in Riyadh

The Asian Paralympic Committee (AsPC) Executive Board met in Riyadh on November 23-24 with the focus on the upcoming APC Conference and General Assembly.

The 32nd meeting, which was opened by AsPC President Majid Rashed, heard also updates on Asian Awards, the Executive Board elections, future Games, the 2024 budget and the Strategic Plan.

Opening the meeting, AsPC President Majid Rashed welcomed the AsPC Board to Riyadh, thanking them for their hard work and commitment over the last four years.

AsPC President Majid Rashed (centre) gives his opening remarks at the 32nd APC Executive Board meeting.

“It’s time to celebrate and be proud of what we did together over the last four years. We have had created a strong foundation and platform for our athletes over these years and last month, we had one of the most amazing Games – the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games.

“Our mission is aligned with the development of the athletes, creating more opportunity for their classification so that they find themselves in right track to start, to follow their passion and dreams. We will continue to work hard and give them the best environment in Asia. We (AsPC) are a model already, and we have hosted the best continental Games and looking forward to doing more,” said Rashed.

During the two-day meeting, the Board also heard reports from the Future Games organisers including Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, Tashkent 2025 Asian Youth Para Games and Aichi-Nagoya 2026 Asian Para Games.

AsPC Executive Board members during the meeting in Riyadh.

There was also a report on the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games post Games presented by HAPGOC (Hangzhou 2022 organisers).

The APC Conference, scheduled for November 25 and 26 including the Asian Awards and followed by General Assembly on November 27 and 28, will be live streamed on APC YouTube channel.

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