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02.03.2019 11:24 in :

Athens, Greece: A Qatar Football Association (QFA) delegation headed by President Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al-Thani has met with the Greek counterparts during a short overseas visit.

With aims of working together to develop football in both countries, the QFA President and his accompanying delegation discussed a series of matters of common interest.

The QFA President was accompanied by Qatar’s Ambassador to Greece, HE Abdulaziz Ali Al-Nama. The delegation also included Ali Dawood, Executive Director of the President’s Office, and Ahmad Al-Abbasi, Executive Director of the National Teams Department.

President of Greek Football Federation, also known as Hellenic Football Federation, Evangelos Grammenos, Secretary General Alexandros Dedes, and National Team Director Angelos Basinas were present during the meeting.

The latest round of meeting is a follow up of an MoU was signed at Al Bidda Tower by QFA President Grammenos in Doha in 2017.

QFA and HFF have agreed to have bilateral exchanges at all levels of football with direct aims of boosting the young talent in both countries.

Both countries are seeking ways and means to play each other’s national teams when possible.

Greek football officials were also updated on the development work related to the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar.

During their visit, the QFA delegation toured the headquarters of the Greek Football Federation.

The President and members of the Greek Football Federation have also confirmed their support for Qatar in their preparation efforts to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

At the end of the meeting souvenirs were exchanged by both parties.