Qatar Football AssociationInside QFA
17.10.2022 10:48 in :

Doha: Hani Talib Balan, member of the Executive Committee of the Qatar Football Association (QFA), Mansour Al-Ansari, QFA General Secretary, and Mohamed Khaled Fakhro, Head of the QFA’s International Relations Department, represented the QFA today with their participation in the integrity session meeting of the member associations participating in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, which was held via video conference.

During the session, attendees discussed a variety of topics on the agenda, including FIFA’s preventive measures to secure the event, as well as training to improve communication skills in the presence of delegates dealing with issues of integrity ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM.

FIFA will organize workshops with the Integrity Officers of the 32 participating Member Associations as well as match officials in addition to establishing the FIFA World Cup Integrity Monitoring Task Force.

Eager to ensure that potential threats to the integrity of competition during the FIFA World Cup™ are addressed in a timely manner, FIFA is working in coordination with various stakeholders and institutions, making the most of their knowledge and experience, collaborating with the Qatar Security and Safety Operations Committee, the European Council and its Group of Copenhagen, and International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL), Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS), Sportradar and IBIA.