His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani patronised the graduation ceremony of the 16th batch of graduates of Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College at its headquarters on Thursday.
The graduation ceremony was attended by HE Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz al-Thani, a number of Their Excellencies the Ministers, Chief of Staff of the Army of Pakistan General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Operations and Training Assistant in the State of Kuwait Major General Faleh Shuja al-Otaibi, the Commander of the Military Academy of Cherchell in Algeria Major General Salmi Pasha, the Commander of the Royal Military Academy in the Kingdom of Morocco Major General Hassan al-Taeik, Commandant of Rwanda Military Academy in Rwanda Major General Innocent Kabandana, Vice President of Mutah University for Military Affairs in Jordan Brigadier General Mohammad Aref Mahmoud Abu-Zaid, Commander of the Military College of the Republic of Turkey Brigadier General Mustafa Ayer, the Commander of the Administration Battalion at the Military College in Sudan Colonel Alamuddin Fadlullah Abudeik, the Commander of Sultan Qaboos Military College in the Sultanate of Oman Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed bin Ahmed al-Mashikhi and a number of leaders of colleges, institutes and security and military academies from brotherly and friendly countries.
The ceremony was also attended by senior officers of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Interior, the Amiri Guard, the Internal Security Force (Lekhwiya) and the State Security Bureau, in addition, to heads of diplomatic missions in the country and the parents of the graduates.
After the national anthem was played and the Commander of the parade came forward to request the Amir to review the parade of the 158 graduates from Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan and Mauritania, the graduates and the military parade began. The Amir then honoured the first eleven outstanding graduates.
Afterward, the 16th batch handed over the flag to the 17th batch, and the order for promotion was read out and the parade left.
At the end of the ceremony, the officers of the 16th batch took the oath and performed the college anthem.
Commander of the Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College Staff Colonel Abdulhadi Mohammed al-Hajri gave a speech on this occasion in which he said that the graduating batch is honuored by the Amir's attendance every year.
He said the Amir honouring the ceremony was in order to share with the faculty of the College their joy in graduating a new generation that will follow the path of previous generations by being a fortified shield and an impregnable wall for this country and capable of facing political repercussions and regional challenges, and fulfilling the ambitions of this nation and its leaders.
He said that thanks to God's grace and the wise directives, Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College was able to complete its educational and training path successfully in light of the challenges, most notably, the coronavirus pandemic, as precautionary measures were taken to ensure the safety of candidates and all College staff.
He explained that the College became a place of expertise and a reference in the field of academic training and education, adding that it is ranked highly today and carries the responsibility of raising its students in an educational, intellectual and military upbringing in light of the educational and intellectual changes and developments.Last updated: January 28 2021 10:47 PM
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