Thursday, June 8, 2023

Infantino saves Qatar from criticism with a month to go before World Cup

FIFA President, Gianni Infantinodefended the criticism received for not respecting Qatar this Thursday human rights and assured that the Arab country had “real change” To improve the condition of migrant workers.

The World Cup “Has an Opportunity” Queue And this Persian Gulf To present ourselves to the world in a different way and to get rid of the prejudices that unfortunately still exist today”, Infantino said in a speech ‘Future Investment Initiative’ (FII)Held in what is known as “Desert Davos” Riyadh,

In this regard, he said that in Qatar “Real change” in the context of labor rightsPraised that the Arab country approved the minimum wage for the first time in the region of the Middle East and praised the “abolition” of the sponsorship system that binds employees to the wishes of their employers.

“These changes have happened in Qatar in just a few years, while in other countries, including some of our beloved European countries, it has taken decades,” said the president. fifawho said it’s because of “The Real Impact of the World Cup”,

Italian-Swiss celebrated that to date FIFA has received 23 lakh requests to get tickets for the World Cup, something he called a “record” while he said that “More than 3 million tickets have been sold and will be sold” And the tournament will have 5,000 million viewers from television.

Infantino also talked about during the campaign World To encourage people to live healthier lives, especially “after” Epidemic It is important to focus on health.”

“Football is joy. FIFA has been the official provider of happiness for over 100 years, And happiness, obviously, is one of the best medicines against any kind of disease, as we know it,” he said.

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