Russia to spend 15 bn USD+ for 2018 World Cup
Honorable Russian President Putin has declared to spend over 660 bn rubles (15 bn USD) for the next FIFA World that is to be held in his country in 2018.
The declaration arrived amidst huge criticisms protesting Putin’s nod to host the mega event in the Balkan in the contemporary turbulent times. FIFA boss Sepp Blatter, who has been supporting the Eussian cgief on the World Cup angle all through, has recognized Putin’s recent declaration- and has further announced to be attentive for unconditional backup for the host country. He assured no heed to the groundless boycott by European nations who have been protesting Russia’s decision to host the 2018 World.
“Russia would carry on every endeavor required for the event & that too on top most qualitative level”, announced Putin whilst chairing a meet of 2018 Russia Autonomous Mom-Commercial Organization that took place on October 28. The meet was attended by major Russian ministers and the FIFA chief himself. The very organization has been entrusted with the responsibility to look after Russian preparations for 2018 FIFA World.
According to Putin’s announcements, the organizers are soon to launch up a special kind of data web portal that would verify all prep levels of the mega championship- akin to the organization which was a huge success during Sochi Olympics.
“Every useful development, practice & idea should be utilized in full in the World Cup preparation”, Putin added in. “This concerns attracting volunteers, logistics, ticket programs as well as hospitality programs catering to guests and athletes.”
The fund meant for World Cup in Russia would be primarily utilized to develop information, energy & transportation infrastructure. Maxim Sokolov, the Russian Minister of Transportation has shared that the fans would be capable of traveling in between World Cup hosting cities for free, just by showing the tickets.