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Sports minister says beer ban in Qatar stadiums is ‘national rule’

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Dutch Sports Minister Connie Helder said Qatar’s last-minute decision not to allow fans to buy beer at World Cup stadiums was a “national rule” and should be adhered to.

Herder at the World Cup Dutch national team government, told AD Qatar said “other freedoms should be respected” but did not explicitly mention LGBTI rights, a major source of concern for the Gulf States.

“But if you’re talking about beer, it’s not so catastrophe,” she said.

Football’s world body FIFA said on Friday that alcohol sales would be limited to special “fan zones” away from stadiums, costing around €14 a glass. provided in

“The host country authorities and FIFA will continue to ensure that the stadium and surrounding areas provide an enjoyable, respectful and comfortable experience for all fans.” FIFA statement Said.

FIFA will reportedly continue to serve alcohol in the stadium’s skybox, although FIFA has yet to confirm it. Bud His Zero, an alcohol-free beer provided by sponsor Budweiser, will be served free at the stadium.

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https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2022/11/qatar-stadium-beer-ban-is-the-rule-of-the-country-sports-minister-says/ Sports minister says beer ban in Qatar stadiums is ‘national rule’

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