KRIBHCO chief first Indian to be elected as ICA-AP president
Being the first Indian to occupy this position, Yadav garnered 185 votes, while his rival Chitose Arai of Japan 87 votes in elections that were held in Seoul on November 30, said a statement issued by the National Cooperation Union of India (NCUI).
ICA-AP is the apex global body representing cooperatives, which are around three million worldwide. It has 110 members from 32 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
Earlier, Yadav had worked as vice-president at ICA-AP.
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