SEOUL - British Prime Minister David
Cameron used his visit to the G20 summit to promote England's bid
to host the 2018 World Cup on Thursday.
Visiting Seoul for the gathering of world leaders, Cameron
held a 30-minute meeting with Chung Mong-joon, FIFA
vice-president and president of Korea's FA, at the British
Cameron joked that he had earlier told President Lee
Myung-bak of South Korea that "I was spending much more time on
the World Cup than on the G20".
World football's governing body FIFA will decide next month who
will stage the 2018 World Cup.
Cameron last month hosted FIFA President Sepp Blatter at his
Downing Street official residence as the former public relations
executive tries to talk up the English bid against competition
from rivals including Russia.
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