European Commissioner Margaritas Sinchas, whose past tweets about Qatar have come under scrutiny in recent days in light of suspicions of corruption by that state, strongly defended her actions on Tuesday. Greeley said he had consistently defended the commission’s official position, even in his intervention via Twitter.
He himself was present at the inauguration of the FIFA World Cup. ,It was the first global sporting event since the pandemic, and Europe couldn’t miss it.“, he assured in response to questions from journalists on the sidelines of the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. He tweeted on the occasion “great progressThe improvements achieved by Qatar in labor law reforms, he added, should retain their impact beyond the event.
Recent revelations in the press of alleged acts of corruption committed by Doha and the existence of judicial investigations aimed at (former) MEPs have suddenly cast doubt on these positions, which are considered to be very compromising. Not without reason, according to Commissioner Sinchas who met with representatives of the International Labor Organization (ILO) who met on the sidelines.
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