Doha: Russia’s nationwide soccer group wished Serbia good luck of their World Cup marketing campaign, which they kick off in a while Thursday in opposition to five-time champions Brazil.
Russia and Serbia have heat ties, though final September president Aleksandar Vucic stated Belgrade wouldn’t recognise the outcomes of referendums held in 4 areas of Ukraine partly occupied by Russian forces.
“Good luck on the World Cup. We consider in your success brothers,” the Russian group, who weren’t allowed to take their place in a qualifying play-off due to a FIFA ban over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, wrote on their social media accounts.
On the Lusail stadium, some Serbian followers are anticipated to hold Russian flags.
In accordance with rules, they’re allowed to take action, however not one of the flags can bear Russian army symbols.
Flags have been completely checked on the Qatar World Cup.