Qatar will host an exceptional FIFA World Cup in 2022, surprising the world with its state-of-the-art and exquisite stadiums, a number of Qatari senior professionals have stressed.
They point out that the country has allocated huge resources for the event to make it an inspiration for all countries keen to host the World Cup in the future, by offering sophisticated infrastructure and high-quality services to visitors and spectators, according to local Arabic daily Arrayah.
After the conclusion of the 2018 World Cup in Russia on Sunday, the focus will now be on Qatar with the persons concerned closely following the developments in Doha in this respect, the report states.
Lawyer Sheikh Mohamed bin Khalifa al-Thani said Qatar is one of the most secure countries in the world and the relevant security departments in the country are taking all necessary measures to ensure a safe and secure event at the highest level.
Besides, he expects the event to further promote the country around the world by contributing significantly to the growth in the country’s tourism sector.
Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohamed al-Thani, another lawyer, stressed that the country enjoys an atmosphere of stability and prosperity and all relevant reports affirm that 90% of the necessary infrastructure will be ready by next year. These are all positive indicators of the success of the mega event in 2022.
Engineer Khalid al-Nasr said the entire infrastructure required for the 2022 World Cup will be ready in 2020, and will be tested over two years ahead of the event. He noted that Qatar is keen to ensure a highly successful event and will spare no effort to make this happen.
Further, he said the limited size of the country is an advantage as visitors will not have to travel a lot to go from one match venue to another, thereby saving their time and effort.
Saeed Rashid al-Hajiri, member of the Central Municipal Council (CMC), said Qatar’s hosting of the coming World Cup will be a historic event for the country and the region.
Jassim al-Malki, another CMC member, expressed confidence that the country will organise a highly distinguished and successful event as all relevant indicators point towards this.
Businessman Adel al-Hail said the 2022 World Cup has encouraged growth across all economic sectors in the country, including infrastructure, healthcare, education, tourism and sports, as well as other development and services sectors, creating abundant investment opportunities.
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