Qatar 'unfairly treated and scrutinised', says 2022 World Cup chief exec.

Qatar has been 'unfairly treated and scrutinised, according to the chief executive of the 2022 World Cup.

Speaking to Sky News exacrtly one year before the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, Nasser al Khater, chief of the organising committee, hit out at the criticism at the country.

Organisations, including Amnesty International, have accused the country of failing to protect migrant workers and having a poor record on human rights - but the chief of the organising committee has insisted there has been "a lot of progress".

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