Arab Police Sports Confederation
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1975-08-05 Baghdad Iraq
5 Aug 1975, Baghdad (Iraq). Also referred to as Arab Police Sports Federation.
Enhance the Arab sports movement and unify Arab position in Police Sports Conference; spread sports activities among police and security personnel for development of their physical and mental potential; cooperate and coordinate among members in unifying and developing sports rules and regulations, enhancing and enforcing rules of international sports federations; support members in raising standards of staff, provision of supplies, equipment and materials and construction of sports facilities; organize events based on the principle of amateurism.
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Executive Board, consisting of President, Vice-President and Secretary-General and 4 members. Technical Commission (7 members); Information Commission (6 members). Attached to the Secretariat General of E-XE0798 - Arab Interior Ministers' Council (AIMC).
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