World Cup 2018 in Moscow is not even over yet, but Qatar’s World Cup 2022 pavilion was opened in Moscow on Saturday to give fans a taste of things to come. The pavilion brought the spirit of Middle Eastern culture and way of life into the Russian capital to encourage football fans to visit Qatar for the next the World Cup in 2022. Middle Eastern spices, Arabic calligraphy, national clothes and... Еще even a falcon were presented to the audience. “we always believed in the power of football in bringing people together, the power of football in changing minds and hearts,” Head of Qatar’s 2022 World Cup committee Hasan al-Tawadi said, adding that the World Cup in Russia has clearly proven that. Russia is currently hosting the World Cup, which runs until July 15, and Qatar will host the next tournament in 2022.