Qatar 2022: The Moroccan security delegation attends the inauguration of the International Center for Police Cooperation

On November 19 in Lekhwiya, close to Doha, the International Center for Police Cooperation officially opened its doors. The construction of this building is an integral aspect of the security plan for the Qatar World Cup in 2022.

Along with members of Interpol, Europol, and other delegations from various nations that help Qatar in areas of security for the 2022 World Cup, a Moroccan security delegation participated in the unveiling of the International Center for Police Cooperation this past Saturday, November 19. (November 20-December 18).

Morocco had attended a private gathering of the biggest intelligence services in the world on Thursday, November 17, in Doha. Along with Moroccan intelligence officials, the summit included attendees from France, the United States, and a few nearby nations. The meeting, which was presided over by the head of international cooperation for Qatari intelligence, centered on the last-minute plans for World Cup security as well as on cooperation between partner country services with regard to this crucial element of the success of the large-scale round ball event.

The conference was held inside the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup’s National Command Center. The tournament’s inaugural game will be played on Sunday, November 20, between the host nation and Ecuador.

In addition, it should be mentioned that the Kingdom has dispatched a mission made up of representatives from the DGSN, which is charged with helping to ensure the safety of the World Cup stadiums and the teams in charge of maintaining public order during this occasion.

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