International Boxing Association (AIBA) Marketing Commission chairman Umar Kremlev has promised to create an Oceania Boxing Centre here.
Kremlev made the promise at the AIBA Continental Forum here, the second to take place after the first in Panama last month.
“We will build a boxing academy in Fiji, which will become the centre of Oceanian boxing," he said.
"All the education programmes would be free of charge."
He also pledged to grant $100,000 (£77,000/€92,000) to launch education programmes for coaches and officials in Oceania.
The comments came after Fiji Amateur Boxing Association President Manasa Baravilala appealed to AIBA for a separate Olympic qualifying tournament for Oceania, claiming the continent feels "neglected."
"We feel that we are part of the five Olympic rings but I think that over the years, the fifth one, Oceania, has been neglected," he said.
Baravilala had also requested the construction of the Oceania Boxing Centre in his opening remarks, suggesting Fiji as the location.
Sixteen of the 17 Oceanian National Federations were in attendance, with only Guam missing.
AIBA Interim President Mohamed Moustahsane and Kremlev attended the meeting, as did Fiji's Secretary of Youth and Sports Jone Nemani Maretino, Oceania Boxing Confederation President Ted Tanner, and Oceania National Olympic Committees and Acting Association of National Olympic Committees President Robin Mitchell.
The Forums were devised by Kremlev to create fruitful dialogue between AIBA, Confederations and National Federations after a crisis-riddled year for the organisation.
AIBA was stripped of its Olympic status last June over a number of issues, including governance, finances and refereeing and judging.
The organisation's future remains precarious due to a large amount of debt and uncertain leadership, with Moustahsane currently acting as Interim President after the resignation of Uzbekistan's Gafur Rakhimov.