Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, President of the Football Association, participated in the coordination meeting that the International Football Federation held today with the National Federations of West Asian Countries through a video communication system with the participation of the President of the International Football Association, Gianni Infantino and President of the Asian Football Association Sheikh Salman bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa And the presidents of the federations of the countries concerned.

Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi thanked the two presidents of the International and Asian Football Confederations for their effective contribution in the last period to the International Sports Conference and the retreat of Emirati football held by the Emirates Football Association last month through video communication, confirming that their participation had a great impact in enriching the two activities and consolidating The relationship between the Emirates Football Association and the continental and international football federations.

Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al-Nuaimi said, according to the official website of the Football Association, that this meeting will add a lot and help in dealing with the conditions of post-Covid-19, and it confirms the importance of solidarity and cooperation between the national federations, as the decisions and actions taken by the post-Coved International Union were discussed. -19, and allowed all the presidents of West Asian federations to review their procedures and the latest health and sporting developments in their countries, and opened the door for discussion to present more ideas that could improve the current status of the game.

 Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi discussed during the meeting several important points made by the Football Association in the past period, such as preventive and precautionary measures, initiatives and ideas that helped the continuity of the activity in safe ways that keep everyone safe.

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