GCC Condemns German Minister’s Remarks On Qatar World Cup 2022

The Gulf Collective comprises the six concerned Gulf states. Backs the Qatari government in dealing with any issues regarding its independence.

The Gulf Cooperation Council, which Germany’s interior minister has censured on the World Cup. Because of Qatar country’s venue has condemned by reports on November 20 and December 18.

In a Fox News interview on Thursday, Germany s Interior Minister Nancy Faeser expressed doubts about whether Qatar should host the upcoming World Cup. Arguing that individual states were ineligible for these games by self-imposed criteria.

A few days later, Qatar summoned Germany’s ambassador to express their displeasure over the remarks.

The first time that Qatar has summoned an ambassador from a foreign country over these remarks.

This past Saturday, GCC Secretary General Nayef Al-Hajraf declared. His support for Qatar in a statement published on the council website.

The 6-member Gulf bloc supports Doha by “addressing any interference in its internal affairs. By publishing allegations that do not serve the establishment of normal relations between the two countries,” He said.

Qatar is going toward appearing forward, and hosting the championship will be a source of pride.

She added that Qatar had promoted communication and respect among nations by establishing a system of mutual respect.

Unprecedented Campaign’ Against Qatar

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani said on Monday that his nation had been fast-tracked to unprecedented criticism. Unlike any ally experienced during World Cup competition.

“We dealt with the matter in good faith and even considered. That some criticism was positive and useful, helping us to develop aspects of ourselves. That need to develop,” the emir addressed the legislative council of Qatar.

“But it soon became clear to us that the campaign continues. Expands and includes fabrication and double standards until it reaches a level of ferocity. That made many questions about the real reasons and motives behind this campaign.”

Qatar has been in the spotlight because of its treatment of foreign workers. And human rights because the sporting event that will have received the World Cup was held in Doha.

Qatar has recently been recognized for its commitment to reforming its Labour and Industrial Safety Record.

Fifa Warns Tunisia It Faces Possible Ouster From World Cup 2022

FIFA has advised Tunisia to take government interference in the country’s football association within its jurisdiction.

The World Cup committee has warned the Tunisian Football Association. That the team’s participation in the 2022 competition, should it occur, could be at risk due to government criticism within FIFA.

The North African nation is in the Group D of Group A alongside France, Australia, and Denmark whom they will face in the opening match of the November 22 World Cup.

Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) sent a letter to Tunisie Football Federation (TFF) earlier this week expressing concerns after Tunisia’s Youth and Sports Minister Kamel Deguiche had threatened to dissolve some federal offices, among other recent remarks that irked the global governing body.

FIFA regulations mandate that federations must be free from third-party or government involvement.

Kenya and Zimbabwe were blocked because they transgressed in August, and India was suspended for the same reason in October this year.

FIFA confirmed the basis of this query to Reuters news, but no further statements were accepted from the TFF.

The letter was sent to the TFF’s Wajdi Aouadi by FIFA’s Director of Member Associations. Kenny Jean-Marie reminded the TFF of its obligation to exercise leadership to avoid undue influence by third parties.

Failing to adhere to these requirements can lead to a fine under the FIFA bylaws. Including suspension of the organization in question.

The Football team hasn’t yet advanced any further in the competition. In Russia 2018, it won only its second tournament, having last defeated Panama 2-1 in 1978.

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