"We are not going to war," Infantino said. "You will see that we are going to have a football party and if anyone wants to cause trouble, they will have problems."
"The Russians are very committed to this World Cup being a total success," he told a news conference in Panama.
There are concerns violence could erupt between fanatical "ultras," particularly Russian and English fans, who clashed at the 2016 European Championship tournament in France.
However, the FIFA chief -- explaining he had been involved in the organization of four European Championships -- confirmed organizers in Russia are pulling out all the stops to avoid such incidents.
The tournament -- which runs from June 14 to July 15 -- is set to attract fans from all over the world, as spectators will not need a visa to attend.
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