U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The IPSC Continental Council met for the second time on September 12, 2018, on the occasion of the IPSC Far East Asia Handgun Championship, in Pattaya, Thailand. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the IPSC Regional development, ongoing forty-second General Assembly preparation, the evolution of the IPSC Competition Rules and MISSIA further development.
The session was opened with welcome speeches from the IPSC President, Mr. Vitaly Kryuchin, and from the Far East Asia Match Director, Mr. Voravith Chavananand.
Within the framework of the second meeting in 2018, each Representative member reported on the regional development results on their accountable IPSC Zones.
The meeting considered options of available sources of funding for IPSC global projects development such as MISSIA, as well as curatorial visits to new regions to help organize matches and seminars. Various proposals were made. In particular, meeting discussed and agreed use of the available funds in the reserve received from the donations of Patrons to support global guidelines of the IPSC development.
The Continental Council is an advisory committee consisting of representatives from all the IPSC Zones: Africa, Australasia, Europe and Pan-America. Its Representatives are experienced Regional Directors from strong and successful Regions within the IPSC Zones.
The Continental Council was created to monitor the development of, and support given to, IPSC Regions. It will analyse the current situation of each Region in order to suggest options for the efficient development of new ones and will encourage new Regions to join IPSC. The Continental Council can recommend new sponsors and partners