Qatar poised to recruit Tunisian man-power for FIFA World Cup 2022

Qatar Sunday expressed willingness to tap into Tunisia’s know-how and manpower as it hosts next year’s FIFA World Cup.
Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdul Aziz al-Thani, Prime Minister of the Gulf country, reports say, held a telephone conversation with his Tunisian counterpart Hichem Mechichi.
During the conversation Sheikh Khalid reportedly said his country is committed to develop cooperation relations with the North African country in various domains in the interests of the two countries and nations.
The Qatari official also indicated that Doha is willing to tap into the Tunisian expertise and manpower that has proved its efficiency and excellence in Qatar, as the country gears up to host FIFA World Cup2022.
The tiny gas-rich country will host the world largest football gathering from Nov. 21 to Dec 18, next year.
It will become the first Arab country to stage the event after winning the tender in 2010.
The global football fiesta will take place in three host cities namely Al Khor, Al Wakrah and capital Doha.

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