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Qatar well positioned to welcome a large number of visitors in 2022

Qatar well positioned to welcome a large number of visitors in 2022

Qatar is well-positioned to welcome hundreds of thousands of visitors during the 2022 FIFA World Cup, PTV Group Middle East, India and Africa managing director Andrea Petti said on Thursday.

Qatar ready to welcome world's top athletes, fans

Qatar ready to welcome world's top athletes, fans

Qatar is welcoming thousands of fans and competitors for the World Athletics Championships starting Friday, an event seen as a staging post towards the 2022 football World Cup.

Amir attends ceremony to welcome first Rafale squadron

Amir attends ceremony to welcome first Rafale squadron

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, who is the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, on Wednesday attended a reception ceremony to welcome the first squadron of Rafale fighter jets ...

Qatar bowling team return to a warm welcome

Qatar bowling team return to a warm welcome

The Qatari bowling team were accorded a warm reception on their arrival in Doha on Sunday after winning the boys' overall title in the World Youth Bowling Championships held in Detroit, USA.

FM says all sportspeople are welcome in Qatar

FM says all sportspeople are welcome in Qatar

Sportspeople from around the world, irrespective of their political or national backgrounds, are welcome in Qatar, HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has said.

Cities across the world welcome 2018 with fireworks, celebrations

Cities across the world welcome 2018 with fireworks, celebrations

Revellers in Europe's capitals welcomed 2018 with fireworks, celebrations and street parties, while, across the Atlantic a few hours later, party-goers in New York braved frigid temperatures...

Red carpet welcome for King Salman in Turkey

Red carpet welcome for King Salman in Turkey

Saudi King Salman arrived in Turkey yesterday for a visit aimed at tightening increasingly close ties between the two countries...