Qatar and FIFA approve security operations document for the 2022 World Cup كأس
The Security and Safety Operations Committee of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has signed, with the International Football Association (FIFA), the final approval of a document depicting the security operations of the World Cup, at the Ministry of Interior headquarters in the Qatari capital, Doha. The document outlines all operational aspects related to tournament security, which was jointly developed by the Tournament Safety and Security Operations Committee, FIFA, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, and the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Partnership. It was signed on the Qatari side by Major General Engineer Abdulaziz Abdullah Al-Ansari, head of the Security and Safety Operations Committee for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, and on the part of the International Football Association, Helmut Spahn, head of the FIFA Security and Safety Department, in the presence of a number of committee members and FIFA. Major General Al-Ansari said that “signing a document depicting security operations with FIFA is an important achievement for the success of the World Cup, and for all parties concerned with organizing this tournament, and we in the tournament’s Security and Safety Operations Committee are pleased with the joint cooperation with all partners concerned with the security and safety of the tournament, foremost of which is the International Federation.” Football Association (FIFA) as a strategic partner in organizing the security operations of the World Cup.” For his part, Helmut Spahn, Director of Safety and Security at FIFA, praised the work done to prepare the document, which covers all functional and comprehensive areas, as it was prepared as a result of intense team work, and considered it a major step in the successful holding of the World Cup in Qatar. He added, “This day was very important for all of us, and a big step towards organizing the best World Cup ever, especially in the field of safety and security.