After the “Big Fort” of General Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister He chaired the meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Sports Development Fund No. 2/2023 in the Meeting Room of the State Border 5 of the Forest Conservation Organization through the Zoom Cloud Meeting Application video conferencing system on March 1 .
The meeting considered the issues of plans to support the development of athletes to excellence, promote the holding of international competitions, support professional sports competitions. to create economic value, develop sports personnel and other support according to government policy and the fund’s management committee
by General Prawit has considered the issue many important issues Including increasing the credit limit and increasing the Fund’s work plan for the Fiscal Year 2023 Sponsoring Prize Money According to the fund’s criteria and seeking approval to remove the monitoring committee’s order on performance in accordance with decisions and orders of the Fund’s Management Committee.
In addition, Gen. Prawit together with the Board of Directors of the National Sports Development Fund decided to approve the Fund to help the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) with money for sending Thai national team athletes to compete in the 32nd SEA Games and 12th ASEAN Para Games in Phnom Penh. Cambodia The total is about 156 million baht.
“Dr Ying” Dr Supranee Guptasa, manager of the National Sports Development Fund, revealed that the fund’s board tried to allocate the budget in this department to help send Thai athletes to the SEA Games and the ASEAN Para Games while doing the work to to build a good name for the nation and to develop into excellence, to win the gold medal in international sports as the goal set It is believed that from the preparation of the Thai army throughout the last period, it will move on to do great work. and will definitely impress Thai sports fans
The 32nd SEA Games in Phnom Penh Cambodia It will compete between May 5-17, 2023, with a total of 583 gold medals from all 36 sports by the Thai Athletes’ Preparation Committee. by the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) assesses the prospects for Thai athletes to win a total of 164 gold medals
while the 12th ASEAN Para Games in Phnom Penh Cambodia competes from June 3-9, 2023, with 13 sports competing, including athletics, wheelchair badminton, boccia, chess, 5 and 7-man football, world -wide, weightlifting, sitting volleyball, Water swimming, table tennis, wheelchair basketball, para judo and esports.