A Qatar Defense security investigation for World Cup stadiums

On Sunday, the Qatari Defense Ministry announced that the Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction Unit had conducted a security investigation of the 2022 World Cup stadiums.

The unity, in collaboration with forces from other countries, whom he described as “friend and brother”, conducted an investigation into the safety of chemical and radioactive materials at the “Al Bayt Stadium” and “Stadium 974”, according to a note from the “Ministry of Defense of Qatar “on Twitter.

The ministry has published pictures of the “security investigation” procedures, in elements appeared, including soldiers dressed in “Turkish army” uniforms.

The measure is part of the Qatari Defense Ministry’s preparations to secure the World Cup and “the latest technology and advanced equipment have been used to ensure that the stadiums are chemical-free,” according to the Qatari Defense Ministry.

The tournament will start on November 20th and will run until December 18th.

Qatar is the first country in the Middle East to host the FIFA World Cup.

Last November, Qatar’s Ministry of Interior said over 50,000 people were trained to check security during the FIFA World Cup in compliance with standard of the International Gaming Federation (FIFA) and with the help of an international security force under the command of Qatar. command.

The spokesman for the ministry, Jabr Hammoud Jabr al-Nuaimi, did not mention the countries participating in the forces at the time.

He added that “the participation of forces from friendly countries with specialized skills will constitute a real addition to the security forces in the tournament. These forces will work under the umbrella of a unified Qatari leadership.”

Turkey supplies 3,000 riot police and says they work under Turkish command, according to Reuters.