Kuwait apologize for hosting the Gulf 23
Follow-up - and babysit - announced that the State of Kuwait on Tuesday, officially apologized for hosting the Gulf Cup Gulf Cup 23, which was scheduled to be held in the next December.
Kuwait News Agency reported that "the Council of Ministers approved, during its meeting Monday, to apologize for not host the tournament, on the proposal of the Minister of State for Information and Youth Affairs, Sheikh Salman Sabah Salem Al-Sabah."
The decision to apologize for hosting the tournament, which is very popular in the Gulf region, against the backdrop of a decision by the International Football Association [FIFA], earlier, to suspend the membership of Kuwait, and the suspension of activity by football.
FIFA decided to suspend the Kuwaiti Union membership after the deadline to change the mathematical law, considered it "constitutes a government intervention in the affairs of the game", and stressed that the suspension will be applied immediately, until the Kuwaiti Union to implement its obligations independently.
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