INDIA TO TRAIN QATAR POLICE FOR FIFA WORLD CUP AS DOHA, DELHI SEEK TO GROW TIES

NEW DELHI, India, – India will offer training to Qatari police forces for the FIFA World Cup 2022, according to an Indian Home Ministry statement.

Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, made the offer during talks held with Qatar’s Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Bin Khalifa Al Thani, who arrived here on Friday.

“Singh offered training of police personnel to the Qatar side, which was accepted in the meeting,” the statement said

Sheikh Abdullah had also invited Rajnath Singh to visit Qatar, to strengthen cooperation with special arrangements for security of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

During his visit Sheikh Abdullah held talks with Indian leaders, to boost cooperation in areas such as security, infrastructure development and trade and discussed opening of new Indian community schools in Qatar, where Indian citizens make up a significant chunk of Qatar’s 2.3 million population.

Other discussions included expanding military cooperation and the Qatari defence minister would “visit India very soon.”

The Qatari prime minister held talks with his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi and called on President Pranab Mukherjee.

Qatar and India have signed four cooperation agreements in the fields of visas, combating cyber crimes, infrastructure investments and port management, India’s Ministry of External Affairs said.

The visa deal will allow holders of diplomatic, special and official passports to travel visa-free between the two countries.

Qatar Ports Management Company (Mwani Qatar) and Indian Ports Global Private Limited (IPGPL), which is developing the Iranian port of Chabahar, have signed a memorandum of understanding for greater collaboration.

Source: Nam News Network

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