OKBET GOLF & FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY NEWS : FIFA WORLD CUP 2022
On Monday, Pakistan’s Information Minister Mariyum Aurangzeb announced that the Cabinet had approved the draft agreement for providing troops to Qatar for the upcoming FIFA World Cup, which will take place from November 21 until December 18. The tournament will take place in Qatar from November 21 until December 18.
The cabinet of Pakistan has given its approval to a draft agreement that will allow the government to supply troops for the purpose of providing security at the FIFA football World Cup, which will be hosted in Qatar in the month of November.
The Information Minister of Pakistan, Mariyum Aurangzeb, made the announcement on Monday that the Cabinet has given its approval to the draft agreement for deploying troops to Qatar for the huge event that will take place from November 21 to December 18. According to a report in The Express Tribune newspaper, the approval from the Cabinet came after the Joint Staff Headquarters (JSHQ) proposed the signing of the agreement, and both the foreign ministry and the Directorate General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) expressed no objections to it.
“The agreement covers parameters for deployment of troops for the purpose of providing security assistance during the FIFA World Cup 2022,” According to a statement, the purpose of the agreement is to “define the obligation of the two parties, the precise specializations, and the number of security professionals to be deployed by Pakistan to participate in the security and safety activities.”
The decision from the Cabinet came just in time for Shehbaz Sharif to make his maiden trip to Qatar as Prime Minister of Pakistan at the request of Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar.
Shehbaz is scheduled to arrive in Qatar on Tuesday, at which time he will begin his visit and begin holding in-depth meetings with the leadership of Qatar. According to the office of the Prime Minister, the two countries will conduct a comprehensive review of all aspects of their bilateral relations, with a particular emphasis on expanding cooperation in the energy sector, furthering trade and investment ties, and investigating the possibility of expanding employment opportunities for Pakistanis in Qatar.
The Prime Minister will also visit Doha’s “Stadium 974,” where he will be informed on the substantial preparations that have been made by the government of Qatar to host the FIFA World Cup.
In July, Turkey’s Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu announced that his country will deploy 3,250 security officials to Qatar for the World Cup. In addition, Ankara trained Qatari security professionals in advance of the competition.
Earlier on in 2018, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) announced that it would confirm that it will also provide security during the event.
According to a statement released by the North Atlantic Alliance, “As part of the strong cooperation between Qatar and NATO, the North Atlantic Alliance will provide support for the security aspects of the World Cup.” [Citation needed]
“As part of the help, we will provide training to protect against the dangers presented by chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) materials. In addition to this, training for the protection of very important people (VIPs) and for the defense against the dangers posed by improvised explosive devices will be a part of it, according to the statement.
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