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FIFA World Cup: FIFA World Cup LIVE –Qatar’s police and government have been urged by the US ambassador in Doha to be more patient. As well as understanding and openness to foreign fans who will arrive at the World Cup. The event begins in the Arab nation on November 20. All eyes are on Qatar as it will host the biggest football carnival. With more than a million people expected to go there. Follow FIFA World Cup LIVE updates on Insidesport.IN

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FIFA World Cup: US advises Qatari police, government to be considerate to reduce restrictions on foreign traveling fans – Check Out

FIFA World Cup: US advises Qatari police, government to be considerate to reduce restrictions on foreign traveling fans – Check Out

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FIFA World Cup: US advises Qatari police, government to be considerate to reduce restrictions on foreign traveling fans – Check Out

The WC organizers have not commented on their enforcement strategy. According to the Reuters news agency, the US Embassy and a few other organizations have warned spectators. They risk punishment for actions that would be accepted in other nations.

Qatar’s legal code prohibits homosexuality, restricts freedom of expression. Public intoxication can result in a prison sentence of up to six months. Behavior that may be seen as harmless elsewhere can be grounds for arrest. Such as public displays of affection or wearing skimpy clothing,

“We want to make sure that law enforcement … is in the right place. We want to make sure that in the ministries there is a degree of patience and tolerance for what the world brings when you invite the world to your country.” Timmy Davis told reporters at the US Embassy in Doha.

FIFA World Cup: US advises Qatari police, government to be considerate to reduce restrictions on foreign traveling fans – Check Out

According to a Reuters report last month, organizers have informed the embassies and police of eligible nations that they want to show tolerance for spectators who break the law in very small ways. Beer will be allowed to be delivered close to stadiums a few hours before matches begin as part of organizers’ already announced plan to ease Qatar’s strict restrictions on the public sale of alcohol.

“When you’re hosting a global event like this and you’re inviting the world to come, you have to be open to the world and you have to be transparent in the ways you’re going to take care of visitors,” Davis added.

“Change is part of hosting people from all over the world … in a big outbreak like a World Cup,” Davis said.

FIFA World Cup: US advises Qatari police, government to be considerate to reduce restrictions on foreign traveling fans – Check Out

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