This will be the second IOC session in India. India last held an IOC session in New Delhi in 1983. India won the right to host the 2023 International Olympic Committee (IOC) session without opposition at the 139th IOC session in Beijing on Saturday. India’s first individual Olympic gold medalist (Beijing 2008, shooting) Abinav Vindra, IOC member Nita Ambani, IOA President Narinder Bhatra, and Minister of Youth and Sports Anurag Singh Thakur gave a presentation to IOC members at the 139th IOC session in Beijing.
This will be the second IOC session in India. India last held an IOC session in New Delhi in 1983. “The Olympic Movement is back in India after 40 years of waiting! I sincerely thank the International Olympic Committee for delegating the honor of hosting an IOC session in Mumbai in 2023 to India,” Nitta Ambani said in a statement. “This will be a significant development in India’s Olympic aspirations and mark the beginning of a new era for Indian sports. Sports have always been a beacon of hope and inspiration for millions of people around the world,” she added. 스포츠토토탑
“We are one of the youngest countries in the world today and we are happy to have young people in India directly embrace and experience the magic of the Olympics,” IOC President Narinder Batra said
The IOC General Assembly is a general meeting of IOC members. It is the highest organ of the IOC and the decision is final. Ordinary sessions are held once a year, and extraordinary sessions may be convened by the President or at the written request of more than one-third of its members. The IOC has a total of 101 voting rights. The IOC also has an honorary member and an honorary member, with no additional voting rights, not less than 50 Summer Commission presidents and International Commission presidents.