Doha- “Al Quds Al Arabi”: The Qatari authorities have announced their full willingness to secure the 2022 FIFA World Cup and ensure the safety of all during the tournament, which is being organized for the first time in an Arab and Islamic country. The Qatari authorities held the “Last Mile Security Conference”, over two days, and examined the efforts made by Qatar with regard to the security aspect of hosting the World Cup. The conference is an affirmation of availability in Qatari State Security Matter to host the event and aims to identify the final security preparations for the tournament, strengthen police cooperation and follow up on the implementation of security plans and strategies in collaboration with partners at local, regional and international level, as well as confirming joint collaboration with organizations and bodies responsible for mass in tournament safety. Countries qualified for the tournament. The Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani and the chairman of the security committee for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, inaugurated the last mile security conference for the World Cup, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Doha. The opening of the conference was attended by some ministers and senior officials of the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of the Interior, with the participation of over 40 delegations from qualified countries, international and regional organizations and guests of the country. The Safety and Security Operations Committee for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar revealed, during a press conference held in previously, that Qatari authorities are closely following the safety aspect of hosting the World Cup. Major General Ing. Abdulaziz Al-Ansari, head of the Security and Security Operations Committee for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, confirmed that the conference comes as an affirmation of the readiness of Qatari state security to host the event, and large local witnesses and international participation, as many high-level personalities will be present in representation of countries qualified for the World Cup, as well as representatives of the United Nations, FIFA, numerous international and regional organizations and local partners. He added that the conference work includes many important topics, in particular the assessment of safety risks and challenges, the approach to safety planning, the safety procedures for the tournament facilities, the safety of the supporters and the in they arrive and move, and everything else related to the safety aspect of the tournament, as well as the exchange of experiences and information. The head of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Security and Safety Operations Committee stressed that in order to ensure the highest levels of safety and peace of mind for all fans during the tournament, the International Cooperation Center has been established in Doha. Police Department (IPCC), which serves as an operations room managed and supervised by the committee. Emphasizing that it has been equipped with the latest advanced technological means and the necessary infrastructure to ensure that the center fulfills its role and achieves its objectives, and a group of young national officers with distinctive skills have been assigned to the center. For his part, Brigadier Ibrahim Khalil Al-Mohannadi, head of the Legal Affairs and Communication Unit of the Security and Security Operations Committee for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, stressed the role of the International Police Cooperation Center ( IPCC), which is concerned with the coordination of procedures and the exchange of information between representatives of the international police services delegated by the countries qualified for the tournament and representatives of For international organizations and friendly countries, with the aim of improving security during the period of the tournament, underlining that the center will work on the exchange of information between the representatives of the international police services and the State of Qatar with the aim of exchanging information and managing crises during the World Cup. Al-Mohannadi stressed that the conference will be an opportunity to further strengthen cooperation and communication with countries and international and regional organizations. In turn, Brigadier Abdullah Al-Muftah, head of the unit media of the committee, explained that the conference will witness the discussion of many important axes and topics, noting that the league’s safety and security operations committee, since its formation, has tried to implement its strategy and safety plans. in the field of training and rehabilitation and strengthen international and regional cooperation with sister and friend countries, as well as carrying out many field exercises with wide local and international participation, with the aim of making this version of the World Cup the safest and protected.