And sent Wilfried Lemke, Special Adviser to the Secretary General of the United Nations to support the development of sport for peace and a letter to Sepp Blatter, President of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) in which he expressed support for the rights of players to wear headgear security inseparable as it's pulled.
And by Lemke in the hope that "the issue is resolved in a way with a certain amount of respect for the rules of the game along with cultural considerations to allow all women to exercise football without discrimination."
"This will send a letter stating that each player starting from the level of elite and junior stages even have the freedom to decide whether to have the desire or not to wear that piece of clothing while she is on the pitch."
"This will give an opportunity for outstanding mathematics to confirm that the wearing of the headscarf is not an obstacle in the way of life and excellence in the sport as he will contribute to addressing the stereotypes of gender will also change in ways of thinking."
And while allowing the Olympic Games, such as rugby and taekwondo players to wear the Muslim headscarf during soccer competitions opposed to it for safety reasons.
Last year the team was banned Iranian women's football match of the contest in the second round of qualifying for the 2012 London Olympics against Jordan for refusing to take off her hijab players before the start of the game.
Punished and Iran, which topped its group in the first round of the playoffs without losing Aapetrha defeat in the match against Jordan 3 - zero, causing the evaporation of dreams to qualify for the Olympics.
The decision will be reviewed by the International Council for the football, which will meet in England on Saturday.
And founded the International Council of football in 1886, the highest point is responsible for developing regulations for the game consists of four members of FIFA and the four members of the British unions.
Will provide the Jordanian Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, FIFA vice-president gave a presentation on the veil in the world of football during a meeting of the International Council is expected to request the Union to allow the players using a special cameo from Dutch design takes into account their safety as inseparable as it's pulled.