FIFA President meets world Leaders

FIFA President Gianni Infantino attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday. He took an opportunity to strengthen ties between FIFA along with other international organisations. This summit in Davos is a fantastic platform for sharing our experiences and discussing the changes that we may make to the planet we live in. This advancement - whether philosophical, digital, industrial or technological - has an impact on football and football, also, has its own function to playwith. Said the FIFA President. Speaking with heads of state from three Distinct continents, such as The President of Rwanda and 2018 Chairman of the African Union Paul Kagame, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and President of Argentina Mauricio Macri, President of Infantino encouraged the use of football in society.
Throughout his discussions with the 3 leaders, he focused on the social and economic aspects of the sport, and the value it could bring to education and health. The positive discussions point towards future cooperation. I was very inspired by today's meetings with President Kagame, President Macri, and Prime Minister Trudeau, that FIFA is on the right route from the reforms we've pioneered, this is proof that trust in our organisation has been restored, said Infantino. They all acknowledged the social and economic relevance of football for development in their states and regions, and also the function That FIFA already plays these facets of society. In the coming months, we'll research the best ways to cooperate in specific conditions with the African Union and the G20 at the goal of using football as a vehicle for development, education and a healthy living. The values of football have a role to play in modern society.