MUAY THAI AND THE SCREENING OF CONI SAVATE.
10 March 2016
Tuesday 8 March were received in Rome at the palace of the Italian Cones responsible for Muay Thai and Savate recognized by SportAccord Mauro Bassetti and Carlo Di Blasi.
They were welcomed by the Secretary General of CONI Roberto Fabbricini.
A meeting came after a long previous correspondence between the President of CONI Giovanni Malagò and Carlo Di Blasi, who had met informally in Milan last November.
Nell’ meeting were finally analyzed all the elements that make “the Italian sports anomaly” which sees a DSA kickboxing have skills and contributions to sports that has not’ International recognition, born’ It promotes important activities in Italy, but above all it has no national teams participating in the World Championships and the European Savate and Muay Thai, with the relevant International Federations reference (F.I.S.) and (I.F.M.A.)
The’ She meeting brought out in detail all aspects of this matter in order to clarify that promises to be needed even after the Easter holidays.
The Secretary-General then explained the desire to get immediate feedback with the President of the DSA object, and then to summon the parties to the Olympic Committee to establish the terms and ways for a peaceful solution.
“I'm really pleased with this meeting in which we were able to argue our reasons- He said Carlo Di Blasi – the Secretary General has assured us what we wanted for a long time: a meeting with the President of the DSA in question in his presence . We are confident that the CONI will not disown our credentials and sporting activities and therefore will operate accordingly”.
“It’ a moment that I waited years – said Mauro Bassetti – After many vicissitudes, and so much bitterness to a situation that has gone on for too many years unjustly. Now is the time in which it was listened to who makes these disciplines and represents in Italy and in the world”.
Next episode of this story in Rome with the convening of the official representatives of Savate and Muay Thai kickboxing and DSA