2 UK ships arrive for Qatar World Cup safety – Center East Monitor

Two British ships from the UK arrived on the Umm Al-Houl Naval Base in Qatar on Friday as a part of bilateral cooperation with Doha to safe the 2022 World Cup.

In response to Qatar Information Company (QNA), the Amiri Naval Forces acquired the ships, Bangor and Guardian.

In response to the supply: “The arrival of the 2 ships comes inside the cooperation agreements concluded by the Ministry of Defence with brotherly and pleasant forces to safe the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.”

“Upon arriving on the base, the crew of the 2 ships expressed their happiness for being within the State of Qatar and for his or her participation in securing this international soccer occasion,” added QNA.

The Qatar 2022 World Cup will kick off on 20 November, with the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador at Al-Bayt Stadium within the first World Cup to be held within the Center East and the Arab world.

13 international locations are taking part in securing the event, most notably the US, the UK, Turkiye, France, Germany, Pakistan and others. Turkish and Pakistani ships arrived on the identical base to take part in securing the World Cup.

READ: Airbus fed regulator speaking factors on Qatar jet row, courtroom advised


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.