The Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) has said it is "very pleased" with the progress of preparations for the 2022 Asian Para Games in Hangzhou.
APC President Majid Rashed praised organisers during the second Coordination Commission meeting for the Games.
A total of 25 delegates from the Organising Committee, China Disabled Person's Federation (CDPF), Hangzhou Municipal Government and the APC attended the two-day meeting/
Detailed reports on areas such as venue and Athletes' Village construction, accreditation, transportation, media and marketing and information technology solutions were presented.
"In this challenging time of the pandemic, it is important to have hope for future and these Games are giving us that hope," said Rashed.
"They will be a joyful celebration of the human spirit as athletes from all over the region come together to show just what is possible with courage, determination and solidarity.
"We are very pleased with the progress in the preparations.
"The Organising Committee have put in a lot of effort and their determination is highly appreciated.
"My best wishes to the Hangzhou 2022 Organising Committee for the next phase of preparation and we look forward to hopefully visiting them in person soon."
Also in attendance at the meeting included Chen Weiqiang, deputy secretary general of Hangzhou 2022 and vice Mayor of Hangzhou, CDPF President Zhang Haidi and Mao Genhong, deputy secretary general of Hangzhou 2022 and the Hangzhou Municipal Government.
The Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games are scheduled to take place from October 9 to 15 2022.