Leaders and leaders from around the world are heading to Doha to attend the opening ceremony of the World Cup

Manama – Yasser Ibrahim – Heads and leaders from around the world are heading to Doha to attend the opening ceremony of the World Cup.

Sunday, November 20, 2022 – 01:34 am

On Sunday, November 20, 2022, world leaders and leaders began arriving in Doha to attend the opening ceremony of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be hosted by Qatar and run until December 18.

According to Qatar News Agency, QNA, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrived in Doha on Saturday, November 19, to attend the opening ceremony of the World Cup.

On Saturday, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune arrived in the Qatari capital to attend the ceremony, the first Arab country to witness, the Qatar News Agency reported.

This is the fourth time the Algerian President has met the Emir of Qatar this year.

Qatar’s emir attended the opening ceremony of the Mediterranean Games in Oran, western Algeria, last June.

The United Nations Secretary General came to participate in the World Cup ceremony on Saturday.

According to Qatar News Agency, Lebanese Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati arrived in Doha on Saturday to attend the opening ceremony of the World Cup.

On Sunday, a representative of the Emir of Kuwait, the Crown Prince, will travel to Qatar to attend the opening ceremony of the World Cup.

During the “Turkish-Qatari Symposium on the Acquisition of National Brands” organized by the Turkish Presidency of Communication in Doha on Saturday, and overshadowed by the atmosphere of the World Cup, Fahrettin Altun, Head of the Department of Communication in the Turkish Presidency. , Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a televised speech that he would attend. On Sunday, at the opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup.

From South America, the Vice President of the Republic of Ecuador, Alfredo Borrero, arrived in Doha to represent his country at the opening ceremony at the Al Bayt Stadium in the north of Qatar.

where the Qatari team will face off against Ecuadorian rivals in the opening match and the activities of the international tournament will be held for the first time on Arab soil on December 18 to coincide with the Qatari National Day.

Qatar expects more than one million fans to visit the country during the World Cup over the course of the 29-day tournament, which will feature 32 of the world’s leading teams.

(agency)

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