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FIFA Sends Letters to 32 Participants of the 2022 World Cup, What's In It?


FIFA asks all participating countries of the 2022 World Cup to concentrate solely on football and not to participate in the issue of human rights violations that lead Qatar as host.

Two weeks back, millions of pairs of football lovers' eyes will be on the 2022 World Cup competition set to run in Qatar.

The opening match will be held on November 20, featuring a match between the hosts of the Qatar national team against the Ecuadorian national team.

In the next 28 days, about 64 parties will be treated to the final match on December 18.

With the 2022 World Cup approaching, the wave of protests has become more massive from several countries highlighting the alleged human rights violations that Qatar has committed.

The protest action took the form of a boycott campaign banner, the comments of several pandits, and several coaches and national team players who competed in this edition this edition also gave color.

In line with that, FIFA has prioritized that countries participating in the 2022 World Cup do not need to participate in this protest.

FIFA sent a letter to all participants asking to concentrate on their respective teams and not to care about human rights-related issues.

Fifa's president, Gianni Infantino, expressly stated that some participants should not join the Qatar protests.

He said football should not be entered by specific political messages and specific ideologies.

"Please at this time please we concentrate on football!" reads a letter from FIFA, taken from Sports NDTV.

" We know football doesn't live in a vacuum and we know there are some hurdles and distresses that have a political nature around the world."

"But please don't let football get carried over into every ideological or political battle that exists."

"One of them is the great ability of the world to be diverse, if engagement has any meaning, it has the meaning of appreciating that diversity."

"No one or culture or nation is 'better' than another," concluded the end of the fifa letter's acknowledgment.

Qatar has been judged for its stance on the fabric of equal types, its human rights record and its actions on migrant employees.

" we know football does not live in a vacuum and we know that there are some obstacles and distresses that have a political nature around them," reads the FIFA letter signed by the president, Gianni Infantino and and secretary-general Fatma Samoura.

The continuation of the content of FIFA's letter invites participants of the 2022 World Cup to welcome the event.

"At FIFA, we strive to respect all opinions and beliefs, without sharing personality lessons to the rest of the world. No one or culture or nation is better than another. This concept is the most equally appreciative and non-discriminatory bedstone."

"And this is one of the core values of football . So, please remember it all and keep football quiet so the focus of attention."

"We have unique opportunities and opportunities to meet and embrace everyone, regardless of origin, background, religion, gender, sexual purpose, or nationality."

The 2022 World Cup was marred by a variety of peaceful protests in the players' group.

England's Harry Kane and nine other European team captains will wear the 'One Love' armband.

Denmark will wear a special jersey for the Qatar protests. Australia's national team has released a video pressuring Qatar to scrap its laws on the same-type fabric.

Paris, and several other French cities, refused to broadcast the match in public places, even though France were the defending champions.

FIFA has distributed matches in group stages for each stadium. Groups A, B, E and F will compete in Al Bayt, Khalifa International, Al Thumama and Ahmad bin Ali.

In that regard, several matches in Groups C, D, G and H will run in Lusail, Education City, Ras Abu Aboud and Al Janoub. The agenda for the first match is November 21, 2022, with a Group A match between Qatar and the undrafted enemy.

Here's the complete agenda for the 2022 World Cup:

1. Group Round : November 21 - December 2, 2022
2. Big 16 Set : December 3-6, 2022
3. Quarterfinals : December 9-10, 2022
4. Semi-finals : December 13-14, 2022
5. Competition for rank 3: December 17, 2022
6. Final : December 18, 2022

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