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2 Taekwondo Bodies to Meet in Beijing Aug. 30
Technical Integration Will Be Discussed in Meeting
North Korean IOC member Ung Chang

SEOUL (Aug. 25, 2005) — The World Taekwondo Federation will hold the second round of talks with the International Taekwondo Federation headed by North Korean IOC member Ung Chang in Beijing, China, on Aug. 30, 2005, to discuss technical integration matters of the two Taekwondo bodies.

The Beijing talks, which come about two months after the first round of talks at the same venue, are expected to produce a final agreement on the establishment of the proposed Coordination Committee for Technical Integration.

Manseek Choe, deputy secretary general of the WTF, will represent a three-member WTF delegation for the talks, while Yong-son Ri, deputy secretary general of the ITF, will lead the ITF contingent.

At its Executive Council meeting in Seoul on July 20, the WTF decided to go ahead with its talks with the ITF to discuss technical aspects of the two Taekwondo bodies.

For more information, please contact Seok-jae Kang, director of the WTF's PR Division at +82-11-773-0241.




 

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