Doha hosts workshop on securing major sporting events
April 21 2019 10:30 PM
Workshop on securing workshop on securing major sporting events
workshop on securing major sporting events


Doha hosted on Sunday a workshop for the fourth meeting of the team of experts, focused on securing major sporting events. 
The three-day workshop discusses work mechanism as well as public-private co-operation and their responsibilities during the organisation of major events. The workshop also discussed the criterion for choosing the companies in charge of securing those events. 
Lekhwiya Force Deputy Commander Brigadier-General Abdulaziz bin Faisal bin Mohamed al-Thani, who is also deputy head of the security committee at the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, said that Qatar's hosting of the World Cup 2022 among other international sporting events was the result of the country's excellence in many fields, including security. 
He noted that Qatar is considered one of the 20 safest countries in the world, and the safest among Arab countries. He added that hosting the World Cup will have great social as well as economic returns, adding that it will help boost development in Qatar and in many countries in the region. 
Senior Manager of Project Stadia Falah Abdullah al-Dosari said that the meeting will focus on a number of topics, including co-operation between private and public security. 
He added that the countries participating in the workshop have great experiences in the field. They include Australia, France, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the United States, as well as FIFA officials. 
The final day will focus specifically on Qatar and how prepared the country is to host the World Cup, in addition to reviewing the experiences of a number of countries in the field.

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