For "easiness of access" an expected Saudi influx to the Qatar World Cup

For "easiness of access" an expected Saudi influx to the Qatar World Cup The Saudi ambassador to Doha, Prince Mansour bin Khaled, expects that Qatar will witness a "large influx" of Saudi fans to support their country's national team, following its qualification for the World Cup.  The Saudi ambassador in Doha, Prince Mansour bin Khaled, said that "proximity and ease of access" are two important advantages that the Saudi team will have in the World Cup Qatar 2022.  This was through his statements to Agence France-Presse during the flag-raising ceremony of his country along with the qualifying countries for the tournament in Doha, the day after the sixth official qualification of the "green" to the twenty-second edition of the World Cup, taking advantage of Japan's victory over Australia.  The Saudi flag fluttered on the Doha Corniche, joining the flags of the qualifying countries along with the host Qatar.  On the sidelines of the ceremony to raise the flags of the qualified teams, the Saudi ambassador considered that the geographical proximity with Qatar "constitutes an additional boost for the fans in the Kingdom to attend, enjoy, participate and support the team, and also to enjoy the rest of the matches in the World Cup."  He added: "We are twice as happy as we are in the sister, neighbor, and dear Qatar, and the Saudi fans are football-loving, and thousands will attend and participate, God willing."  It is expected that Doha will witness a large influx of Saudi fans across the land borders, amid information about facilities that will be provided to those arriving "by land".  For his part, the CEO of the 2022 World Cup, Nasser Al-Khater, told AFP, "The qualification of the Saudi team represents a special joy for the organizers, first because it is an Arab and Gulf country and will be participating with the Qatar team in this edition, which, God willing, will be exceptional."  Al-Khater wished the Saudi team success first in the draw and then in the tournament, pointing out that "the Saudi public will be very present and will fill the stands in Qatar."

The Saudi ambassador to Doha, Prince Mansour bin Khaled, expects that Qatar will witness a "large influx" of Saudi fans to support their country's national team, following its qualification for the World Cup.

The Saudi ambassador in Doha, Prince Mansour bin Khaled, said that "proximity and ease of access" are two important advantages that the Saudi team will have in the World Cup Qatar 2022.

This was through his statements to Agence France-Presse during the flag-raising ceremony of his country along with the qualifying countries for the tournament in Doha, the day after the sixth official qualification of the "green" to the twenty-second edition of the World Cup, taking advantage of Japan's victory over Australia.

The Saudi flag fluttered on the Doha Corniche, joining the flags of the qualifying countries along with the host Qatar.

On the sidelines of the ceremony to raise the flags of the qualified teams, the Saudi ambassador considered that the geographical proximity with Qatar "constitutes an additional boost for the fans in the Kingdom to attend, enjoy, participate and support the team, and also to enjoy the rest of the matches in the World Cup."

He added: "We are twice as happy as we are in the sister, neighbor, and dear Qatar, and the Saudi fans are football-loving, and thousands will attend and participate, God willing."

It is expected that Doha will witness a large influx of Saudi fans across the land borders, amid information about facilities that will be provided to those arriving "by land".

For his part, the CEO of the 2022 World Cup, Nasser Al-Khater, told AFP, "The qualification of the Saudi team represents a special joy for the organizers, first because it is an Arab and Gulf country and will be participating with the Qatar team in this edition, which, God willing, will be exceptional."

Al-Khater wished the Saudi team success first in the draw and then in the tournament, pointing out that "the Saudi public will be very present and will fill the stands in Qatar."
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