Fifa President Gianni Infantino has proposed a ceasefire in the war between Russia and Ukraine during the World Cup in Qatar. During an appearance at the G-20 summit of the most important industrialized and emerging countries in Bali on Tuesday, Infantino suggested that the guns should be kept silent from the start of the World Cup on Sunday until the final on December 18th. “We are not naive and think that football can solve the world’s problems,” said the head of the world football association. However, the World Cup could be “an occasion for a positive gesture or a sign”. He appealed to the participants of the summit – in addition to numerous heads of state and government such as US President Joe Biden and Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz as well as the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov – he appealed: “My request to you all is for a temporary one-month ceasefire during the World Cup Or at least the introduction of humanitarian corridors or anything else that leads to a resumption of dialogue.” The Fifa boss also reminded that Russia hosted the 2018 World Cup and Ukraine is bidding for the 2030 tournament. Infantino attended a luncheon hosted by the G-20 countries at the invitation of host country Indonesia.