The Cabinet’s permission came soon before Shehbaz Sharif’s first trip to Qatar as Pakistan’s prime minister at the invitation of Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the emir of Qatar.
The draught of an agreement allowing the government to send troops to Qatar to help with security at the FIFA World Cup in November has been approved by the Pakistani Cabinet.
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Pakistan’s minister of information, Mariyum Aurangzeb, declared that the Cabinet had approved the draught agreement for sending troops to Qatar for the massive event, which is planned to take place from November 21 to December 18.
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“The agreement includes procedures for deploying troops to provide security support at the FIFA World Cup 2022. According to a release, the agreement “aims to specify the obligation of the two parties, the precise specializations, and the number of security professionals to be supplied by Pakistan to participate in the security and safety activities.”
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According to the Prime Minister’s Office, the two sides would assess all facets of their bilateral ties with an emphasis on improving energy-related cooperation, strengthening commercial and investment links, and looking into expanding employment prospects for Pakistanis in Qatar.
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