Mongolia, where the World Cup is being held, has one of the most restrictive passport rules in the world, according to the World Football Association.
In the Asian country, the only way to get a passport is through a stampede, meaning that you must get the stamp through a police officer and then hand it over to the embassy of your country.
There is no other way to obtain a passport, which can only be obtained through the issuing authority, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The ministry said in a statement that all passports were stamped and that the stampede in the country last week was due to “security reasons.”
There are no details about the nature of the stampedes, but the World Health Organization has warned that people should exercise extreme caution.
“It’s a serious problem for people to be able to travel with a stamped passport, especially in crowded places,” said Dr. Yevgeny Guryanov, the WHO’s emergency coordinator for Mongolia.
“You cannot enter the country unless you have a stamped, valid passport and you have to be accompanied by an interpreter.”
He added that the government was doing all it could to solve the problem.
“We will keep up our efforts and we will keep the passport stamped,” he said.
The World Cup in Mongolia was held in February.