Published On: Tue, Mar 14th, 2017

Pakistan earmarks one of the best military division for security of Football world Cup 2022

Pakistan earmarks one of the best military division for security of Football world Cup 2022

Pakistan Military earmarks one of the best mechanized infantry divisions, approximately 500 officers and 10,000 soldiers for security of Football World Cup 2022 scheduled in Qatar.  The contingent also includes a battalion of special services group, an aviation unit, and Spec dogs units for handling most difficult situations. Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, had assured full cooperation to Qatar Prime Minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani during his recent visit to Qatar.  According to Inter Services Public Relations, military’s media wing, General Qamar Javed Bajwa also met Commander Qatar Emiri Land Forces, Major General  Muhammed Ali Ghanim Al Ghanim and Commander Qatar Emiri Guard, Major General  Hazza Bin Khalil Al Shahwani. It has been learnt that Pakistan military has planned advanced Arabic and English language courses through support of NUML University Islamabad. Establishment of secure communication software for security purposes is also on the card in addition to public relation and crowd management courses for officers and men. A small contingent of Pak Military officers would also be closely associated to Russians security arrangements in 2018 football world cup to oversee the security arrangements there.  Special drones with high resolutions cameras are also on trial for policing . Pak Military is trying hard to win heart and minds in the Middle Eastern countries to revive traditional close cooperation.
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  1. malik atta says:
    Oh really it is a good news. Pakistan relations with GCC were affected due to war in Yemen. it a good engagement with Arab world.

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