The Chairman Senate of Pakistan, Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has expressed greetings to the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani & other leaders for successfully holding the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, which was started on Sunday.
In a message shared by the Chairman Senate, Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani stated that, “We take this moment as pride that Qatar is the only nation in the Islamic World to host the #FIFAWorldCup. The remarkable growth of Qatar can be emulated by other Islamic nations. We are happy that Pakistan has entrusted us with the responsibility of the security for the #QatarWorldCup2022.”
The Chairman Senate Sanjrani further added that, “The use of Pakistan-made football in the World Cup is a source of bliss for us. On behalf of the people as well as the parliament of Pakistan, I congratulate the Emir of Qatar for his excellent leadership and for raising the profile of the Muslim Ummah at the global level”.
Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has jovially congratulated the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and other leaders for holding the #FIFAWorldCup in #Qatar which starts today. In his message, the Chairman stated that we take this moment as pride that Qatar..1/4
— Senate of Pakistan (@SenatePakistan) November 20, 2022
Meanwhile, the Chairman Senate, Sadiq Sanjrani, has extended his best wishes to Qatar for the successful hosting of the #FIFAWorldCup and hoped that the fans would get to see the best games in the World Cup and the whole world would enjoy it. Pakistan and its leadership are praying for the grand success of the global event.
About FIFA World Cup 2022:
The FIFA World Cup 2022, which is also known as Qatar 2022, is an international association of football matches and tournaments which is played by the men’s national teams of FIFA’s member associations, and the 22nd FIFA World Cup.
The mega football event is set to take place in Qatar from November 20 to December 18, 2022. Moreover, it has been considered as the first world cup to be taken place in an Arab nation, and the second world cup held across the Asia after the 2002 tournament, which was held in South Korea and Japan.
Overall, 32 teams will take part in the mega-football sport event and the 64 tournament games will be spread among around eight stadiums in five different cities.
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