World Union of Karatedo Organizations (WUKO)
1970-10 Tokyo Japan
Oct 1970, Tokyo (Japan), at 1st World Congress and Karatedo Championship Tournament, on signature of a declaration by 33 nations. Also referred to as World Union of Karate Organizations. Officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee, 6 Jun 1985. Ceased to exist 1994, when merged with B-XD0162 - International Traditional Federation of Karate (ITFK) to form C-XC0123 - World Karate Federation (WKF).
Promote international development of karate, based on the ideals of the Olympic Games; enter Karate in the programme of the Olympic Games.
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Congress (every 2 years). Directing Committee, consisting of President, Executive President, 6 Vice-Presidents, General Secretary, Assistant General-Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, for 4-year (meets annually). Continental unions (4).
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