Qatar is currently facing difficulties finding the needed supplies for the construction to host the 2022 World Cup.
The four nations that are currently boycotting them, has lead Qatar to have a scarcity of materials that they need to build eight stadiums, a railway, as well as prepare the city for one of the most anticipated sporting events.
Finding alternative solutions
Qatar is now scrambling to try and find alternative solutions to the situation at hand by either replacing suppliers or finding a new route to deliver shipments through.
It has been said that Malaysian steel will replace Saudi, China will step in with various products, and Oman will provide shipments that are coming from the UAE through their ports.
Hassan Al Thawadi, Secretary General of the Qatari committee that is in charge of planning the World Cup, released a statement noting that they are working to deliver long-term supply alternatives for every challenge that they face.