KUWAIT, Feb 9 (KUNA) -- The Kuwaiti parliament's youth and sports committee
on Saturday met Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Chairman Mohammad bin
Hammam and FIFA public relations chief on the sports situation in Kuwait.
Emerging from the meeting, Marzouk al-Ghanim, head of the committee, told
reporters that the committee members had discussed with the guests sports
reform laws previously passed by the National Assembly.
They also considered the crisis between the Kuwaiti football federation and
the FIFA, he said, noting that the meeting had come up with clear-cut facts,
mainly the AFC and FIFA approval of a 14-member Kuwaiti football federation
provided that its general assembly's consent is obtained.
Both Asian and international soccer watchdogs respect all countries' sports
laws and never poke their noses into their affairs unless a crisis emerges, he
So, they have been involved in the Kuwaiti sports situation as their help
was sought by some in Kuwait, he added. (end)
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