Seyedi as vise-chairman of Shotokan World Federation

TEHRAN, Aug. 25 (MNA) – The elections of Shotokan World Federation culminated by the selection of an Iranian as the vise-chairman of this federation.

On the sidelines of the 12th Shotokan Karate World Cup hosted by Japan, the elections for the Board of Directors and various committees were held, during which Iran’s representative Masoud Seyedi was selected as the vice-president.

In the past four years, the former President of Azad University Abdollah Jassbi had been in charge of this position after whom Masoud Seyedi was introduced to the World Federation to take up this responsibility. The consultations were made and Seyedi could gain the necessary votes to ensure the presence of an Iranian representative in this position for 4 more years.

The Federation has 115 member countries and Iran has always been one of the most active members having had a representative in the Federation since 1998.


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