Russian Minister of Sport Vitaly Mutko said Russia will do "everything" in its power to ensure the 2018 FIFA World Cup is organised to the "highest" possible "level," during a press conference in Sochi on Saturday. According to Mutko, the World Cup has the potential to have a "profound" effect on Russian society, creating additional jobs as well as providing the nation's cities with greater "recognition." The Minister of Sport went on to say that Russia won the right to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup because it understands the philosophy of FIFA. Moreover, Mutko stressed that Eastern Europe has never hosted the World Cup while Russia has "never had such a big project." The 2018 FIFA World Cup is to be held in 12 stadiums across 11 Russian cities, Mutko confirmed. Director General of the Organizing Committee 'Russia-2018' Alexei Sorokin and FIFA member Colin Smith were also in attendance at the panel discussion.
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