Qatar World Cup refutes Denmark and urges Denmark to accurately communicate communication and work results to partners2022-09-30 11:23
The Danish team's sponsor, Hummel , decided to downplay the team's emblem and brand logo on the World Cup jerseys in protest of Qatar's human rights record and unfair treatment of labor.
A spokesman for the Qatar World Cup Organizing Committee said that since Qatar won the right to host the World Cup, they have been working hard with the Qatari government to ensure that the event can leave a lasting social legacy. The promise of this social wealth entailed major reforms of the labor system and enacted laws to protect workers' rights and ensure improved workers' living conditions.
In a statement, they noted that through working with UEFA task forces, FIFA-led platforms and other independent groups, they have had a robust and transparent dialogue with all concerned to better understand them The progress that has been made, the challenges they face and the wealth they will deliver after 2022.
"We refute Hummel's claim that thousands of lives were lost at this event. Qatar has a real commitment to protect the health and safety of the 30,000 workers who build the FIFA World Cup stadium and other events and we do not accept that commitment. Despised. Now that same commitment extends to the 150,000 workers in various event services and the 40,000 workers in the hospitality industry .”
The Qatar World Cup Organizing Committee also said that countries need to do more to protect the full strength of people around the world, including Denmark . Like all nations, progress on these issues is a journey that never ends, and Qatar is committed to that journey. They also urged Denmark to accurately communicate the results of their extensive communications and work with the World Cup Organizing Committee, and ensure that it is accurately communicated to their partners.
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