Al-Moez Ali selected as UNESCO Ambassador
Princess Rani Vanuska Modley, head of the World Football Heritage of the Organization for Education, Science, and Culture (UNESCO) said that money Ali was selected as the striker of Al-Duhil club and our national team, and the goalscorer of the last Asian Cup in the UAE to be a national ambassador from Qatar to the organization. Today, he is expected to sign with Moez Ali and be officially declared UNESCO ambassador. Thus, football has exceptional power through its heroes and stars as well as they draw the way and show the way for these children and put a smile on their faces and we want to make it a legacy for the world as a whole within UNESCO to be the king of peoples and peoples, the Head of the World Football Heritage at UNESCO has always revealed the organization’s keenness to choose stars from each country to participate in UNESCO programs and campaigns around the world.
She said: “We call on the United Nations to engage in comprehensive dialogue and invite the leaders of all countries, ambassadors of football, players and members of the international community, to contribute to change the world, and I believe that football is more than just competition and a global language, and we want to make it a legacy for the world as a whole within UNESCO to be the king of peoples and peoples revealed the head of the world football heritage in UNESCO about the organization’s keenness to always choose stars from each country to participate in UNESCO programs and campaigns around the world.
She said: “We have chosen the best players who are part of the culture of each country, and we have chosen to have Moez Ali from Qatar as the ambassador of UNESCO, he is a distinguished young player, and engaged in a lot of charitable work.” She pointed out that the idea of using football stars as ambassadors because football is a common language, and young children are always looking for heroes and looking to meet them and catch them and football is in line with the values of the United Nations science and culture.” “For example, in Africa, they don’t have many opportunities to have a lot of things like education, but when we give them the ball, it changes the course of their lives.” “I have the will to join Qatar in this movement, it is a leader in the field of football and will participate with us to launch this initiative and Princess Moodley said that the goat is one of the distinguished players and has very popular.