FIFA boss Gianni Infantino visits Doha ahead of World Cup 2022

FIFA President Gianni Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar during his visit
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FIFA President Gianni Infantino poses for a picture with the workers football cup trophy during a match ahead of a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (3-R) watches a workers football cup match ahead of a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (2-R) watches a workers football cup match ahead of a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (2-L) watches a workers football cup match ahead of a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (C) visits a football field ahead of a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (2-R) arrives to attend a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (R) and Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Bin Ahmed Al-Thani, President of the Qatar Football Association, speak during a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha, on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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Hassan Al-Thawadi (R), the head of Qatar's Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, the body overseeing organisation of the 2022 tournament, listens as FIFA President Gianni Infantino speaks during a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha, on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino listens to journalists' questions during a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha, on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (3-R) visits a football field ahead of a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino (2-R) visits a football field ahead of a press conference in the Qatari capital Doha on April 22, 2016. Infantino announced that a new independent committee would be set up to monitor conditions for labourers working to build stadia for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Speaking during his first visit to Doha as head of world football's governing body, Infantino said he was 'confident we are on the right track' after a string of alleged rights violations during the tournament's construction phase. He said the new committee 'shows that the mechanisms in place are working related to FIFA World Cup'. (KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)