Tue, 08 Feb 2011 12:05 - Updated Tue, 08 Feb 2011 18:24
Pan-African and paralympic games top agenda of meeting
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CPA president, Angolan Leonel Pinto
Luanda - The participation in the Pan-African Games in September, in Mozambique, and the Paralympics in 2012 in London, England, are the main topics to be debated at the second executive meeting of the African Paralympic Committee (APC) starting on Friday, in South Africa, ANGOP has learnt.
The APC, led by the Angolan Leonel da Rocha Pinto, created in April 2010, during the first meeting, in Luanda, a technical commission to follow up the participation process of its members.
In the forum it will be analysed what was done during the first ten months of the technical commission, the situation of the adapted sports in the seven regions of the continent, as well as the relation among the members of the institution and the government of the respective countries.
Other matters are those related to the spreading of sportsd such as volleyball and weightlifting.