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Saudi Arabia's bid to host the West Asian Deaf Bowling Championship in Riyadh in 2025 has been approved by the West Asian Deaf Federation Council



Dr Saeed bin Mohammed Al-Qahtani, who is the President of the West Asian Regional Federation for Deaf Sports, chaired a meeting of the Federation's Board of Directors in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The meeting was held in Saudi Arabia.



Muhammad Pargar, the President of the Asian Pacific Federation for Deaf Sports, was also present during the conference.



The West Asia Bowling Championship for the Deaf will be held in 2025, and the Kingdom has accepted to host the event.



"Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 20, 2024, SPA."— Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia, was the location of a meeting of the Board of Directors of the West Asian Regional Federation for Deaf Sports. Dr. Saeed bin Mohammed Al-Qahtani, the President of the Federation, presided over the meeting.According to reports that were published today, Muhammad Pargar, who serves as the President of the Asian Pacific Federation for Deaf Sports, was present at the conference that took place yesterday.The West Asia Bowling Championship for the Deaf will be held in 2025, and the Kingdom has accepted to host the event. A wide variety of conversations were held between them for the entirety of their time spent together. The renewal of the membership of the Board of Directors, which is now awaiting approval at the future meeting of the Federation, and the adoption of the Federation's annual program for the upcoming time period were two other items that they took into consideration.



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