IJF Military and Police Commission Information

IJF News: Oct 06: The International Judo Federation announces that the IJF Military Police Commission had its first meeting in Budapest, at the Presidential Office, on October 4, 2011.

The members of the Commission are:
Mr. Stefan Marginean, ROU
Mr. Johannes Daxbacher, GER
Mr. Fatih Uysal, TUR
Mr. Dilar Khabuliani, GEO
Mr. Vladimir Gazizov, RUS
Col. Rana Shujaat Ali, PAK, President Pakistan Judo Federation & SVP. South Asian Judo Federation.

Among the subjects discussed were:

– to formulate a strategy that would allow to support judoka which belong to the Ministry of Defense or Internal Affairs during their active career
-to help their professional and social integration after finishing their activity
-to collaborate with Ministries of Education, Defense and Internal Affairs of as many countries as possible, in order to include judo in their curriculum of special preparation in the army and the police
-to organize special activities/events for judoka who are members of the military and police forces
-to start collaboration with the international organizations that manage military and sports
We wish them a successful activity, which we are sure, will be in the benefit of judo.

IJF News: Oct 06: The International Judo Federation announces that the IJF Military Police Commission had its first meeting in Budapest, at the Presidential Office, on October 4, 2011.

The members of the Commission are:
Mr. Stefan Marginean, ROU
Mr. Johannes Daxbacher, GER
Mr. Fatih Uysal, TUR
Mr. Dilar Khabuliani, GEO
Mr. Vladimir Gazizov, RUS
Col. Rana Shujaat Ali, PAK, President Pakistan Judo Federation & SVP. South Asian Judo Federation.

Among the subjects discussed were:

– to formulate a strategy that would allow to support judoka which belong to the Ministry of Defense or Internal Affairs during their active career
-to help their professional and social integration after finishing their activity
-to collaborate with Ministries of Education, Defense and Internal Affairs of as many countries as possible, in order to include judo in their curriculum of special preparation in the army and the police
-to organize special activities/events for judoka who are members of the military and police forces
-to start collaboration with the international organizations that manage military and sports
We wish them a successful activity, which we are sure, will be in the benefit of judo.

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