ICU

 

History

In 1995. group of distinguished Yugoslav Martial Arts experts, representing various Martial Arts (Aikido, Aiki Budo, Hapkikwan, Ninjutsu, Taekwondo...) unified in Yugoslav Martial Arts Association (YMMA). Very soon YMAA justified its existence, ensuring many ways of mutual cooperation and particularly organizing national and international seminars. Finally organization has grown out its initial ambitions, which led to its transformation in 2000. into International Combat Union (ICU).

ICU

International Combat Union (ICU) is an international non-profit organization whose purpose is to bring together distinguished Martial Artists from different countries and belonging to different styles (Martial Arts).
Organization does not exercise any press on its members. Rather, it serves to help them to better know each other, and develop friendship and cooperation on the basis of free will. There are no strict obligations, except the one that all members must respect each other and safeguard high moral standards and good name of the ICU and its members.

 

Headquarters

Headquarters are in Belgrade (Serbia) and soon Copenhagen (Denmark)

 

President

 

Boris_Krivokapic-mala

 

Vice-Presidents

Serge-Baubil1-mala Mr. Serge BAUBIL
(Canada)
 Mr. Sefik GULTEN
(Turkey)
Yuriy-Kostrov-mala Prof. Yuriy KOSTROV
(Ukraine)
Alexey-Kunin-mala Prof. Alexey KUNIN
(USA)
Dejan Mikic

Mr. Dejan MIKIC
(Serbia)

Nebojsa-Milosevic-mala Mr. Nebojsa MILOSEVIC
(Serbia)
oleg-onopenko-small Mr. Oleg ONOPCHENKO
(Latvia)
GilbertoPauciullo01-mala  Prof. Gilberto PAUCIULLO
(Italy)

 

 

Secretary General:

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Mr. Goran STURANOVIC
(Denmark)

 

Governing body:

Mr. Serge BAUBIL (Canada),
Prof. Sefik GULTEN (Turkey),
Prof. Yuriy KOSTROV (Ukraine),
Prof. Boris KRIVOKAPIC (Serbia),
Prof. Alexey KUNIN (USA),
Mr. Dejan MIKIC (Serbia),
Mr. Nebojsa MILOSEVIC (Serbia),
Mr. Oleg ONOPCHENKO (Latvia),
Prof. Gilberto PAUCIULLO (Italy),
Mr. Goran STURANOVIC (Danmark)