Judo Men's native Iranian player Mongolian nationality acquired pressure from the government December 3 at 11:30

In the world championship of Judo, Saeed Moraei, the 81-kilometer boy in the world who claimed to have been under pressure to abstain from the Iranian government in his home country, has acquired Mongolian nationality. Judo Federation announced.

Moraei complained that when I participated in the World Championships in Tokyo this summer as Iranian representatives, Iranian governments and others were repeatedly under pressure to abstain from fighting against Israeli players. It was.

After that, IJF = International Judo Federation decided to disqualify the Iranian Judo Federation, and Molaei, with the cooperation of IJF, was a refugee team player at an international tournament held in Osaka last month in Germany. I was participating.

IJF announced on March 2 that Molaray has acquired Mongolian nationality and announced that he will participate in the upcoming international tournament such as the tournament held in China this month as a representative of Mongolia and aim for the Tokyo Olympics.

Moraray is one of the leading medal candidates for the Tokyo Olympics, who is the gold medalist of the last year's world championship, the 81 kilos class for men, and is currently ranked third in the world ranking.