Football's governing body will mark the 100th anniversary of the World Cup in Uruguay, where the first was held in 1930.
In the recording, UAE officials anticipate a need to "minimize" attacks on the Gulf nation's human rights record when it hosts COP28 in Dubai later this year.
Delegates from 187 nations set aside concerns about human rights and migrant workers for Qatar's labor minister to head the International Labor Conference.
The arrest of a European Parliament vice president and five others has shaken European institutions. But the shocked reactions to the scandal sidestep the root problem: widely accepted shadow lobbying inside the European Union.
Under the legally binding Macolin treaty, a special committee will be set up to create procedural rules and a mandate.
Difficulties in hiring non-European staff and overcoming perceptions of corporate secrecy weigh on the sports body.
Qatar joined OPEC in 1961 and has been its 11th biggest producer, putting out 600,000 barrels of crude oil a day.
The governing body of world football overwhelmingly selected Canada, Mexico and the United States to serve as hosts, marking the first time three nations have shared such a role.
A U.S.-North Korea summit could expand a little-known aspect of a tightly controlled and secretive nation: North Korea's extensive involvement with international organizations.