Qatar is urging the 4 countries imposing a diplomatic and trade boycott against it to allow their nationals to go to the Entire world Cup in Doha in 2022, a senior Qatari organiser explained on Monday.
DOHA: Qatar is urging the 4 countries imposing a diplomatic and trade boycott against it to allow their nationals to go to the Entire world Cup in Doha in 2022, a senior Qatari organiser explained on Monday.
“We different politics from athletics,” Hassan Al Thawadi, secretary general at Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, explained to reporters in Doha.
The committee is accountable for preparing and operations for the match.
“We hope that the blockading nations see purpose in this make any difference and allow for their people to be in a position to take part in this once in a life span option.”
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt cut diplomatic, transportation and trade ties with Qatar in June, accusing it of financing terrorism. Doha denies the expenses.
Doha has experienced to uncover new suppliers of building components for its Entire world Cup projects given that the boycott was imposed, but the timeline for these projects has not transformed, explained Thawadi.
“Our designs are put in put, option supply chains are put in put and the projects are continuing on schedule and on price,” he explained.
(Reporting by Hadeel Al Sayegh, Writing by Katie Paul Editing by Richard Balmforth)
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