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Afghanistan National Olympic Committee

Afghanistan National Olympic Committee
Country/Region  Afghanistan
Code AFG
Created 1935
Recognized 1936
Continental
Association
OCA
Headquarters Kabul
President Fahim Hashimy

Afghanistan National Olympic Committee (IOC code: AFG) is the National Olympic Committee representing Afghanistan. Fahim Hashimy is the current president of the Committee.

2009 General Assembly

The first ever Afghanistan National Olympic Committee Extraordinary General Assembly (EGA) was held on Monday, September 28, 2009, at 11 am at Kabul Serena Hotel, as per the statutes approved by the Afghan NOC General Assembly and the IOC. All 21 General Assembly members attended.Five Women were elected to Afghan NOC board of Directors. Mohammad Zaher Aghbar was elected as President, Sayeed Ahmad Zia was elected Vice President and Jan Alam Hassani was elected as Secretary General.[1]

2014 General Assembly

The Afghanistan National Olympic Committee hold an Extraordinary General Assembly (EGA) on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at Intercontinal Hotel, as per the statutes approved by the Afghan NOC General Assembly and the IOC. 27 of 29 General Assembly members attended. Fahim Hashimy was elected as President, .[2] [3]

References

  1. ^ http://www.ocasia.org/News/IndexNewsRM.aspx?redirect=548
  2. ^ http://www.insidethegames.biz/anoc/continental-associations/oca/1019761-we-want-to-produce-a-world-class-organisation-says-new-afghanistan-national-olympic-committee-chief
  3. ^ Devlin, Nik. "New Afghan NOC President Building Trust, Transparency". Around the rings. 

External links

  • http://www.insidethegames.biz/anoc/continental-associations/oca/1019761-we-want-to-produce-a-world-class-organisation-says-new-afghanistan-national-olympic-committee-chief
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