The compact nature of the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East and Arab world will ensure that fans of all 32 teams are always within reach of the eight stunning stadiums.
On workers' rights, the document said Qatar would promote "decent working and living conditions and fair recruitment, including effective access" to remedial measures.
The programme will benefit 375 boys and girls from three Port-au-Prince schools within the CORE network.
Along the way the pair visited the famous Souq Waqif, took a ride on a traditional dhow boat, visited Qatar’s stunning desert dunes.
More than 3,500 people are currently employed at the Al Thumama Stadium construction site.
It was the third meeting for 2019 of the Board of Directors.
Al Habsi currently plays for English side West Bromwich Albion.
The Qatar World Cup will kick off on November 21, 2022, exactly three years from now.
Akram Afif’s penalty 14 minutes from time spared Qatar’s blushes and secured all three points.
The vessels "will give fans a spectacular view of (Doha's) West Bay skyline", Qatar's Supreme Committee for Delivery said in a statement.
The rare match in the North Korean capital ended 0-0 on Tuesday, with Infantino one of the few people allowed to see the surreal game play out at Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Stadium.
Yusef Abdurusag, who bagged his first-ever goal with the senior side against Bangladesh last week, is a prime example of the trust that Sanchez has put in on some of the juniors.
Qatar had 12 shots at the goal in the first half, and also got six easy scoring chances but those were nipped in the bud by the 27-year-old.
Despite its clout as a global sporting and financial power China have qualified for the World Cup only once, leading to a change in policy that now allows naturalised foreign-born players to play for the national team.
Germany had just begun to find their feet after a long period of recovery from their disastrous campaign at last year's World Cup.