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DFB team: Bierhoff takes Müller according to statements about Qatar in protection

DFB Director Oliver Bierhoff has protected international Thomas Müller after his statements about human rights violations in Qatar.

“Thomas certainly did not want to minimize the problems in Qatar, but simply say that there are everywhere – even in the Western world – human rights, which are injured,” said Bierhoff at _ picture Live_.

Representatives of the human rights organizations Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch had informed the national team over the situation in the World Cup host country last week. Müller had then been commented on the press conference on the subject.

“We were elucidated about facts that were roughly torn in their reports, but also over a few background information,” said Müller. “It was not a bit new now, but it was a bit objectified. It works on the whole for human rights violations, which basically occur in each country. Also in Germany there are human rights violations. But clear: in countries with another culture there are things We simply watch a different legal basis as normal. “

For his words, Müller then had to criticize criticism in the social media.

Müller himself also spoke to an improvement of the situation in the authoritarian state.

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“For the tournament we try to put the sporty first place. But we hope that even larger levers are moved in motion to improve human rights,” emphasized the Bayern playerDFB Director Oliver Bierhoff has protected international Thomas Müller after his statements about human rights violations in Qatar.

“Thomas certainly did not want to minimize the problems in Qatar, but simply say that there are everywhere – even in the Western world – human rights, which are injured,” said Bierhoff at _ picture Live_.

Representatives of the human rights organizations Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch had informed the national team over the situation in the World Cup host country last week. Müller had then been commented on the press conference on the subject.

“We were elucidated about facts that were roughly torn in their reports, but also over a few background information,” said Müller. “It was not a bit new now, but it was a bit objectified. It works on the whole for human rights violations, which basically occur in each country. Also in Germany there are human rights violations. But clear: in countries with another culture there are things We simply watch a different legal basis as normal. “

For his words, Müller then had to criticize criticism in the social media.

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Müller himself also spoke to an improvement of the situation in the authoritarian state.

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“For the tournament we try to put the sporty first place. But we hope that even larger levers are moved in motion to improve human rights,” emphasized the Bayern player.