Chairman and members of the Qatar Chamber’s Board of Directors confirmed their full support for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
This came during a meeting recently held under the chairmanship of HE Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al-Thani to review the preparations of the private sector to contribute to the success of the tournament.
In a statement issued on Tuesday, the Chamber’s Board of Directors affirmed their support for the World Cup in all possible ways, as well as stimulating the private sector to continue its supporting role in hosting this global event.
It noted that the World Cup represents a milestone in the march of Qatar renaissance, and a major turning point for the Qatari economy, which will greatly benefit from the global championship.
It also assured that all activities of the Qatari private sector strongly support the state to make the event a great success, adding that Qatar, under the directives of HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, is able to organise the best edition of the tournament in the history of world football.
The statement also said that the private sector played a pivotal role since the announcement of Qatar’s bid to host the World Cup in 2010 until now, noting that within the recent years the private sector was a genuine partner for the public sector in preparing for the event.
It referred to the strong participation of Qatari companies in the World Cup projects and the infrastructure projects, as well as other various projects and services related to the host.
The QC Board of Directors confirmed that the private sector will continue to play its role during the World Cup, by providing all supportive services for the tournament in all sectors such as hospitality, trade, healthcare, and other sectors.
It also said that the World Cup offers a brilliant opportunity for the private sector to promote the Qatari economy and the attractive investment climate, and to build overseas economic and commercial relations, assuring that the event represents a new start for the Qatari economy and a booster for Qatar to become a global hub for tourism, trade and investment.