Qatar officially denies “banned publication” at the World Cup


The Supreme Committee for Heritage and Qatari Projects has denied the authenticity of a circular circulating titled “Qatar welcomes you” regarding the bans imposed by the Qatari government on visitors to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The post has sparked widespread controversy on social media in recent days, which included instructions for spectators attending the World Cup to refrain from several things, most notably drinking alcohol, vulgar clothing, homosexuality, swear words, prohibited relationships, and photographing naked people. their permission.

The Supreme Committee for Heritage and Projects clarified in an official statement that this circulated publication is incorrect and was not released by any official body.

She urged the public and visitors to accept the official publications issued by the organizers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The statement indicated that FIFA is in the process of issuing a comprehensive guide for fans, which contains all the information and instructions for them.

Qatar will host the World Cup final from November 20 to December 18, 2022, becoming the first Arab country to host a big football wedding and the first time in a winter season in the tournament’s history.

Source: Higher Committee for Heritage and Qatari Projects.

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