The UEFA Executive Committee decided on Friday that nothing against that organization’s competition will be played in the region Transnistriasa moldova, until new notice. This was determined by UEFA “in accordance with previous decisions taken in light of the large-scale military development that led to the invasion of Ukrainian territory by the Russian army.”
The decision is based “on considerations and conclusions systematically drawn by agencies specializing in international political and strategic analysis, whose reports are consulted by the administration of UEFAfollowing an analysis of the current situation in the Transnistria region “.
“The UEFA Executive Committee, as the competent body for developing regulations governing the conduct of UEFA competitions (pursuant to Article 50 (1) of the UEFA Statutes), has the overall responsibility to ensure the proper functioning of its competitions , which includes an obligation to temporarily prevent the holding of matches of UEFA competitions in certain regions as circumstances require.
“Because of this, Sheriff Tiraspol, who will start playing in the upcoming first qualifying round of Champions League UEFA (season 2022/23), is invited to suggest an alternative venue/stadium (which must comply with all applicable UEFA regulations) outside the region of Transnistria for their home matches in UEFA club competitions while the ban on playing in the region remains in effect. ”
It should be noted that the Sheriff gave the big bell on the group stage of the 2021-22 Champions League, winning 1-2 in real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The UEFA Executive Committee It added that it would “stand to convene new meetings, regularly and continuously as necessary, to re-evaluate the legal and realistic situation as it changes and adopt new decisions as necessary.”
Source: La Verdad
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