The European Commission on Tuesday quashed rumours about its likely boycott in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, with spokesperson Mina Andreeva stating that it will inform everyone if such information does work.

A quantity of Western media reports suggested earlier that some with the member states with the European Commission decided to be replaced by boycotting the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia in view with the poisoning of former Russian military intelligence officer Sergei Skripal with his fantastic daughter in Great Britain.

The UK authorities accuse Moscow to be behind the poisoning."We will inform everyone if such information does work," Andreeva told journalists reacting to a question whether the European Commission planned to boycott the upcoming world football championship in Russia come july 1st, reports Tass news agency.

Andreeva added, however, that currently no representative from the European Commission was able to say when they would be in presence at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

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