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Qatar, Yemen, strengthening sports cooperation following victory for dazzling youth teams-Doha News

Qatar Football Association [QFA] Following the victory in the West Asian Junior Championships, we invited a young Yemeni team to the FIFA Arab Cup final.

Following the meeting in Doha, Qatar and Yemen took steps on Tuesday to strengthen cooperation in the areas of sports and youth.

Qatar’s Minister of Sport, Salah bin Ghanem Al Ali, met with Yemen’s counterpart Nayef bin Saleh Al-Bakri after the QFA invited the Yemeni U15 national team to the final round of the FIFA Arab Cup 2021.

“At the end of the meeting, a joint statement was issued aimed at strengthening the brotherhood between the two brotherhoods and developing collaboration between them in the areas of sports and youth.” Tweet According to Qatar’s Ministry of Sport and Youth.

Algeria won the final on Saturday at the Al Bayt Stadium between Tunisia and Algeria after winning 2-0 with a last-minute goal in overtime.

The QFA He said the invitation was “in honor of the Yemeni team” after defeating Saudi Arabia 4-3 with a penalty to bring back the West Asian Football Federation. [WAFF] U15 Boys Championship 2021 title.

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“QFA’s praise for the Yemeni U15 team is to serve as an incentive and motivation to continue this level of high performance and enthusiasm that we have shown throughout the tournament,” read a statement released by QFA on Saturday.

In Yemen, a large national celebration has won the first such scene since the deadly war began seven years ago.

As the first victory of its kind, Yemeni companies immediately rewarded the youth team with cash and gifts in appreciation for “bringing smiles to the people.”

In 2014, the Houthis conquered all government agencies in Sana’a, gained control of the city, and fled an internationally recognized government to Aden.

Later, a Saudi-led coalition began military intervention to push back rebels to revive the Abdullabomansour Hadi administration.

But at least for years 233,000 Yemen have been killed in the last 6 yearsOf these, 131,000 died as a result of malnutrition, medical care and lack of medical care.




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