Turkey Presidential memorandum to Parliament to send forces to secure the World Cup in Qatar

Turkey Presidential memorandum to Parliament to send forces to secure the World Cup in Qatar On Saturday, the Turkish Parliament received a presidential memorandum for the deployment of the Turkish Armed Forces within the borders of Qatar and in the territorial waters of the State of Qatar and its neighboring areas, in order to provide the support requested by the Qatari government in the context of securing the 2022 World Cup.  On Saturday, the Turkish presidency submitted a memorandum to Parliament to send Turkish military forces to Qatar to contribute to securing and protecting the World Cup matches, for a period of 6 months.  The memorandum signed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup from November 21 to December 18.  The memo stated that more than one million people from all over the world are expected to participate in this event, and stated that the World Cup would be secured in partnership with the Qatari armed forces.  The memorandum, called Operation World Cup Shield, stated that in order to achieve a successful and safe organization of the 2022 World Cup, the necessary measures will be jointly developed by the State of Qatar and the participating countries against various threats, especially terrorism, on the Qatari land borders, and in areas Air and maritime jurisdiction.  The memorandum stated that the Qatari government asked friendly and allied countries, including the United States, France, Britain, Italy, Pakistan and Turkey, to contribute elements of the armed forces to the operation.  She stated: "In light of the exceptional cooperation that we have developed in the political, economic, military and other fields, as well as cultural and humanitarian ties, and the importance of the stability and security of the Gulf region to the entire region, it was assessed that it would be useful to respond positively to the aforementioned request of the Qatari government."  It also touched on a proposal to send teams of police, including riot police, to Qatar to participate in policing during the 2022 FIFA World Cup matches.  She added: "With these considerations, the Turkish Armed Forces will be deployed within Qatar's borders and in the territorial waters of the State of Qatar and its adjacent areas, in order to provide the support requested by the Qatari government and to participate in the World Cup Shield operation, which will be determined and determined by the President of the Republic."  And she continued, "We inform you that it is necessary to grant permission for a period of 6 months in accordance with Article 92 of the Constitution to use forces in accordance with the principles determined by the President to eliminate risks and threats..."  The Qatar 2022 World Cup will kick off on November 20, with the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium in the first football World Cup to be held in the Middle East and the Arab world.  Over the course of 29 days, the tournament will witness 64 matches, with the competition closing on December 18, coinciding with the National Day of the State, at Lusail Stadium, which can accommodate 80,000 fans.

On Saturday, the Turkish Parliament received a presidential memorandum for the deployment of the Turkish Armed Forces within the borders of Qatar and in the territorial waters of the State of Qatar and its neighboring areas, in order to provide the support requested by the Qatari government in the context of securing the 2022 World Cup.

On Saturday, the Turkish presidency submitted a memorandum to Parliament to send Turkish military forces to Qatar to contribute to securing and protecting the World Cup matches, for a period of 6 months.

The memorandum signed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup from November 21 to December 18.

The memo stated that more than one million people from all over the world are expected to participate in this event, and stated that the World Cup would be secured in partnership with the Qatari armed forces.

The memorandum, called Operation World Cup Shield, stated that in order to achieve a successful and safe organization of the 2022 World Cup, the necessary measures will be jointly developed by the State of Qatar and the participating countries against various threats, especially terrorism, on the Qatari land borders, and in areas Air and maritime jurisdiction.

The memorandum stated that the Qatari government asked friendly and allied countries, including the United States, France, Britain, Italy, Pakistan and Turkey, to contribute elements of the armed forces to the operation.

She stated: "In light of the exceptional cooperation that we have developed in the political, economic, military and other fields, as well as cultural and humanitarian ties, and the importance of the stability and security of the Gulf region to the entire region, it was assessed that it would be useful to respond positively to the aforementioned request of the Qatari government."

It also touched on a proposal to send teams of police, including riot police, to Qatar to participate in policing during the 2022 FIFA World Cup matches.

She added: "With these considerations, the Turkish Armed Forces will be deployed within Qatar's borders and in the territorial waters of the State of Qatar and its adjacent areas, in order to provide the support requested by the Qatari government and to participate in the World Cup Shield operation, which will be determined and determined by the President of the Republic."

And she continued, "We inform you that it is necessary to grant permission for a period of 6 months in accordance with Article 92 of the Constitution to use forces in accordance with the principles determined by the President to eliminate risks and threats..."

The Qatar 2022 World Cup will kick off on November 20, with the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium in the first football World Cup to be held in the Middle East and the Arab world.

Over the course of 29 days, the tournament will witness 64 matches, with the competition closing on December 18, coinciding with the National Day of the State, at Lusail Stadium, which can accommodate 80,000 fans.
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