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FIFA has agreed to review its stance on Russia’s World Cup bid and the Russian government will play no part in FIFA’s decisions, UEFA has said.
A FIFA executive committee meeting was called by FIFA chairman Sepp Blatter, following Russia’s decision to postpone the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Blatter said he had spoken to Putin over the postponement and hoped to get the Russian president “onside and to make clear that Russia’s bid is n예스카지노ot for resumption, nor is it based on its 2014 Olympic bid”.
Image copyright AFP Image caption Russia withdrew its bid to host the 2022 World Cup in protest at the fact the country did not get the right visa.
But Blatter stressed that the decision came following a very “critical” meeting of the FIFA executive committee in Zurich.
“The vote is final,” Blatter said.
“I asked President (Barack) Obama what he thought about these votes. He told me that he was pleased with the results but that he would not be the president of Fifa and we’ll have to get the president of Russia onside.”
The vote in Zurich involved 28 out of 59 members and the decision had to be approved by two-thirds majority, with France and Germany voting against.
The French and German sides were strongly in favour of the decision not to allow the bid to be resubmitted.
In 카지노 사이트response, Germany’s chief justice, Justice Minister Heiko Maas, said that Germany had acted as a “third” country for the bid by not supporting Russia, which had rejected the idea of the Fifa presidency having an automatic majority in all five votes, and that the government would now seek to change the result.
German Prime Minister Manuel Fuchs had also announced that he believed the German Federal Office for the Control of Organised Crime had been “misinformed” by “Russian sources”.
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An appeal had been made to the카지노 사이트 European Union, which had been one of Russia’s biggest supporters. It did not accept Russia’s bid until it had “not been found to be eligible for membership” by the Russian Federal Drug Monitoring Service (Rusofraud) that the German federal government had approved.
The Russian government insisted Russia could not possibly use Russia’s name and trademark, which the Federal Drug Monitoring Service (Rusofraud