FIFA isn’t bothered by the fact that Saudi Arabia, Egypt and more have cut ties with 2022 World Cup host nation, Qatar… yet.

Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates all cut diplomatic ties on Monday with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism and opening up the worst rift in years among some of the most powerful states in the Arab world.

Yemen and Libya are also reported to have followed suit.

FIFA issued a short statement on Monday saying it spoke with “the Qatar 2022 Local Organising Committee and the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy handling matters relating to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.”

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FIFA added: “We have no further comments for the time being.”

World Cup 2022 host Qatar denies the allegations and called the decision from its neighbouring countries to cut ties “unjustified” and with “no basis in fact,” according to the BBC.

Qatar’s national team are still involved in the qualifying competition for the 2018 World Cup in Russia and are bottom of their group with four points from seven games, with matches against South Korea, Syria, and China still to play.

There is a very remote chance they could still finish third in the group and qualify for a playoff match against the team that finishes third in the other Asian qualifying group, with both Saudi Arabia and the UAE among potential opponents.