The National Olympic Committee celebrated the members of the 24th edition of the Executive Master’s Program in Sports Organizations Management, which concludes its current phase in Dubai, next Wednesday. The Committee organized a party for 42 students from various National Olympic Committees from all countries of the world, sports federations and sports workers, in the presence of Eng. Azza bint Suleiman, Assistant Secretary-General for Administrative and Financial Affairs of the National Olympic Committee, and Major General (M) Nasser Al Razouqi, President of the UAE and Asian Federations MP The first is the president of the International Karate Federation, and Mohamed bin Darwish, the executive director of the National Olympic Committee.
At the end of the ceremony, the lecturers were honored in appreciation of their efforts in presenting and reviewing scientific materials. The program’s affiliates were also honored, and memorial shields were handed over and exchanged between the National Olympic Committee and the Executive Master’s Administration. Engineer Azza bint Suleiman stressed the importance of applying the principles of the Olympic movement, spreading high sports values, and benefiting from scientific and academic standing that reviewed many axes, whether in the current stage in Dubai or throughout the past stages, to contribute to raising the level of Olympic committees, which is reflected on athletes in all Posts and benefits.
• The 24th edition of the program was attended by scholars from Olympic committees from different countries of the world, sports federations, and sports workers.
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