Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF)
Association des fédérations internationales olympiques d'été
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Current constitution adopted, 18 Oct 1989, Budapest (Hungary); modified: 9 Nov 1992, Acapulco (Mexico); 19 Apr 2000, Lausanne (Switzerland); 17 May 2001, Lausanne (Switzerland); 17 May 2004; 24 Apr 2007, Beijing (China); 28 Apr 2010, Dubai (United Arab Emirates); 4 Apr 2011, London (UK); 22 May 2012 Québec QC (Canada); 28 May 2013, St Petersburg (Russia); 8 Apr 2014, Belek (Turkey); 22 Apr 2015, Sochi (Russia); 19 Apr 2016, Lausanne (Switzerland); 17 Apr 2018, Bangkok (Thailand).
Unite, promote and support the International Summer Olympic Federations; preserve their autonomy, while coordinating their common interests and goals.
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