The WKC Executive committee and all the WKC membership are deeply saddened and worried about what is happening in Ukraine, the suffering of people and children. As an international sports organization, we express great concern about the serious situation and hope that the hostilities will end soon. We are in constant contact with all friends and associates from endangered areas.
WKC has always been an open organization, ready to accept all good and right people, regardless of their nationality, religion or culture. Sport is a fantastic common language which breaks down barriers, brings people together, so we hope that peace will soon prevail thus our events will be held with participation of all the teams.
For the 14th WKC Championships for Cadets, Juniors and Seniors and World Cup for Children to be held on 11th/12th June in Belgrade is open.
Lawyer and writer, President of the long standing member of the Wkc - Confederação Brasileira de cultura e artes marciais (CBMA) has been appointed Regional WKC President for South America by the decision of the WKC ExCom.
Mr. Sharanjeet Singh President of the "Budo Kai Do Mixed Martial Arts Federation of India" has been appointed REGIONAL WKC PRESIDENT FOR ASIA by the decision of the WKC Executive Committee.
Mr. Singh is in charge of development of the WKC in Asia and cooperation with other karate organizations. The ExCom has full trust in Mr. Singh’s experience, skills and knowledge and that he will contribute to improve and develop the WKC throughout Asian region.
The WKC ExCom has made the decision to appoint Miss Kate Bellamy as the Wkc secretary. Miss Bellamy will run the WKC Secretariat Office, located in Nottingham, UK. For all information about membership, events or other info, you may contact us via email: email@example.com
On the photo from the left to right: Marian Mesinschi (Romania) - Vice President, Marko Nicović (Serbia) - President, Massimo Di Luigi (Italy) - Vice President and Pete Lindley (England) - Vice President. Unfortunately, Mr. Nestor Parreño (Argentina) - Vice President, could not attend the Congress due to covid restrictions.