Bangkok, Thailand, March 5, 2023 – The Central Asian Volleyball Association (CAVA), the governing body for the sports of indoor, beach and grass volleyball in Central Asia and South Asia, has announced the official launch of its newly-designed website “” during the CAVA Sports Events Meeting at Alexander Hotel Bangkok on Saturday.

The inauguration of the CAVA website was jointly presided by AVC Secretary General Mr Kiattipong Radchatagriengkai and CAVA President Mr Mohamed Latheef with the aim of sharing engaging contents and its activities to the Asian Volleyball Family and AVC Central Zone in particular.


From left, AVC Secretargy General Mr Kiattipong, CAVA President Mr Latheef and CAVA Secretary General Mr Kylych

Despite having simple design of its homepage, the “” website is simply powerful and audience can find background information the CAVA has intentionally provided including what the CAVA is, how many member countries and what they are. Latest News and CAVA Development Plans and Projects are the other two useful sources included on the homepage to expand its target audience with the specific areas they may need to learn more.

Mr Kiattipong

In this auspicious occasion, AVC President Mrs Rita Subowo sent an appreciation message to CAVA, expressing her delight for the official launch of the CAVA website.

“It is my great pleasure to send this message to all of you on the occasion of the inauguration of AVC Central Zone website. The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected all AVC activities – meetings, training and competitions. All sectors concerned are obliged to conduct the meetings online. The competitions had to be postponed or cancelled. It is a difficult time indeed to communicate among each other,” Mrs Subowo was quoted in her message.

“The initiative idea to launch the online communication like the website of the AVC Central Zone Association is greatly admired. This is the first website of AVC Zonal Associations. I do appreciate your contribution among the federations in the Central Zone,” she continued.

“With the thorough planning and operation, I am sure that this successful website launch will contribute mutual understanding, communication, and unity among all member countries of the AVC Central Zone. I now declare the AVC Central Zone Association website officially open and wish you all success.”

Mr Kiattipong and Mr Latheef display homepage of the CAVA website

The official CAVA website has been launched and audience now can visit the website by clicking to search for interesting articles they may find worth reading on the website.


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