Side of the reception
Our ambassador in Spain receives
«Green Karate» and praises leadership support
The ambassador of the Trustee of the Two Holy Mosques in Spain, Prince Mansour bin Khalid bin Farhan, received the delegation from the Saudi Karate team participating in the 24th World Karate Championship. The delegation was presented by the President of the Federation, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Qanas and his deputy Ibrahim Al-Deraa In the presence of the President of the UAE Karate Federation, as well as Tunisian Bashir Al-Sharif, vice president of the International Sports Federation, and the President of the Union of Mediterranean Karate.
The ambassador thanked the government of Saudi Arabia under the direction of the guardian of the two holy mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz and his crown prince Mohammed ibn Salman bin Abdul Aziz for the unrestricted support of Saudi youth in all areas, including the sports sector. "We are proud and proud of the presence of sports delegations in Spain, these delegations are the heroes of the karate game, who return to the performance and realization of different medals and on this occasion we congratulate the nation for achieving unification of the Olympic gold medal recently ».
"We thank the president of the General Authority for Sport, Turki Al-Sheikh, for his contribution to the sport of the homeland and the great successes he has achieved in holding world championships and a huge development in the sports sector." We also thank the president of the Karate Federation Ibrahim Al-Qanas for the tremendous effort that was made to become a champion in the game. We congratulate him on winning the membership of the Executive Office of the International Karate Federation. "
Dr. Ibrahim Al-Qanas presented the honorable black belt of Prince Mansour bin Khalid at the end of this visit.
The Karate Federation delegation also visited the Saudi school in Madrid, visited the school facilities and met teachers and students. At the end of the visit the exchange of souvenirs was exchanged with the head of the school, Khaled Ben Ali Asiri.