SC exhibits World Cup security preparations at Milipol Qatar
Ensuring that fans are safe at Qatar 2022 is paramount to tournament organisers. Security systems were on display at the 13th international trade show in Doha.
The Organization and Legacy Committee illustrated some of the preparations which Qatar has made for the 2022 FIFA World Cup at the 13th International National Security and Civil Defense trade show Milipol Qatar which was held last week at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC).
Exhibition stand at Milipol Qatar
The Supreme Committee, the body responsible for managing the 2022 World Cup projects, had its own stand at the exhibition centre. On display were scale models of all of the World Cup stadiums, where the 2022 World Cup games will be played – including the venues that have already been inaugurated: Al Khalifa International, Al Janoub, Education City and Ahmed Bin Ali stadium, along with the other venues whose construction is still in progress: Al Bayt, Al Thumama, Ras Abu Aboud and Lusail.
Committee executives are keen to in participate in trade shows both in Qatar and abroad, in order to showcase how preparations for 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar are being carried out, as well as to give updates on the progress achieved so far. It also gives the chance to inform the rest of the world about the projects that are still in process - especially regarding the eight World Cup stadiums, of which seven were built from scratch. The Al Khalifa International stadium was the only venue which was completely renovated to meet the standards set by international football’s governing body, FIFA.
The exhibition which has been on display at Milipol Qatar will help to strengthen Qatar's position as a pioneer in terms of national security and civil defense in the Middle East. It demonstrates that Qatar is dedicated to fulfilling all security needs, a position that fits in with its national vision of Qatar 2030, in addition to its role in providing the foremost regional needs.
At the 13th edition of Milipol Qatar, numerous universal security innovations and systems were on display; a total of 71 international companies from 17 countries took part, along with 72 Qatari companies, plus five international exhibition stands featuring products from companies based in Brazil, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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