Qatar to ensure safety, security of international standards for World Cup
May 22 2022 10:02 AM
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The two-day conference started Sunday at InterContinental Doha under the patronage of of HE Sheikh K
The two-day conference started Sunday at InterContinental Doha under the patronage of of HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz al-Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior and Chairman of the Security Committee at the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy

The two-day FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Security Last Mile Conference started Sunday at InterContinental Doha under the patronage of of HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz al-Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior and Chairman of the Security Committee at the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC). The conference is being held by the Safety & Security Operations Committee (SSOC) of the Security Committee, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.



Maj-Gen Abdul Aziz Abdullah al-Ansari

While addressing the opening ceremony, Maj-Gen Abdul Aziz Abdullah al-Ansari, head of the Safety & Security Operations Committee for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, said that the conference represents coordination and cooperation between countries and stakeholders on the international level while acting as a milestone in the journey towards the World Cup. “The best international safety and security standards will be ensured and Qatar’s focus is on hosting the safest and most secure World Cup,” al-Ansari said, adding that Qatar continues to implement measures and preparations to achieve the safety and security.


FIFA Director of Security Helmut Spahn

He noted that Qatar is among the safest countries with its lowest crime rate and explained that Qatar could successfully organise several major events including the FIFA Arab World Cup while providing the best safety and security services. He noted that Qatar received recognition from the participants for the successful hosting. He explained that the workshops at the conference discuss and agree on safety and security plans while exchanging information between countries and other stakeholders.