Bangkok, Thailand, February 18, 2023 – The AVC Development and Marketing Committee held its annual meeting in a hybrid format on Saturday, highlighting the impact of AVC’s development support provided to affiliated National Federations and listening to reports of relevant development activities in 2022.
From left, Seong, Heyzer and Kiattipong
AVC DMC Chairman Mr Heyzer Harsono from Indonesia, Secretary Mr Seong Keehak from Korea, AVC Secretary General Mr Kiattipong Radchatagriengkai and AVC Development Coordinator Ms Mingkwan Pusiddusid joined the meeting from the AVC Headquarters in Bangkok, while other Members including Mr Huang Kuo-Kuang from Chinese Taipei, Mr Thiti Pluckcha-oom from Thailand, Ms Song Yue from China and Mr Arachchillage Shanthasiri Nalaka from Sri Lanka attended on Zoom.
Prior to the meeting, Mr Kiattipong delivered a welcome speech to all participants.
“On behalf of AVC President Mrs Rita Subowo, I would like to thank all Members for your attendance and welcome all of you to this important meeting. We have already completed the Meetings of all five Committees and one Council. Therefore, this meeting will be the last Committee to hold its meeting,” he was quoted as saying in his speech.
“Truly speaking, you all did a good job in the last few years in terms of dedication and hard work. This year, I also set my sights on all activities to run smoothly. Without doubts, your shared ideas, comments and experiential knowledge will be of great value to AVC and sustainable development of the sport we love.
Dr Eom Han-Joo, AVC SEC Chairman, pays a short visit to say hi to all participants
“As you all know, we had hard time during the COVID-19 pandemic in the last few years, making AVC unable to run activities easily. Last year, we also organised activities and competitions difficultly, with some National Federations withdrawing as hosts and others unable to join after months of strict restrictions due to COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, despite the pandemic, we could run all activities smoothly, not only in terms of courses and seminars, but also volleyball and beach volleyball competitions. There are four FIVB Development Centers in Asia – Thailand, India, Bahrain and Indonesia and we try to make use of all facilities provided and performances as a means to promote volleyball development in all five zones of Asia,” he continued.
“We organised several events, held refereeing, coaches and E-Scoresheet courses and AVC had…
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