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Company Response

27 May 2015

Author:
Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola response

As a FIFA partner since 1978, we believe the FIFA World Cup is a platform that unites people all over the world, inspiring and celebrating the world's most popular sport while creating memorable experiences for athletes and fans.

We believe that through our partnership and continued involvement with FIFA we can help foster optimism and unity, while making a positive difference in the communities we serve.

The Coca-Cola Company does not condone human rights abuses anywhere in the world.

We welcome constructive dialogue on human rights issues, and we will continue to work with many individuals, human rights organizations, sports groups, government officials and others to develop solutions and foster greater respect for human rights in sports and elsewhere. We continue to encourage FIFA to take a similar approach.

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