The Cultural Village Foundation (Katara) yesterday unveiled the Fath Al Khair 5 cruise which will start on July 4. The tour will take off from Malta via the ports of Italy, France, and Spain. This was announced at a press conference chaired by Katara’s General Manager, Professor Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, and Mohammed Yousef, Nokhuda Mahmal Fath Al Khair 5, among others.
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The Fath Al Khair 5 voyage comes as part of Katara’s efforts to unveil Qatari’s maritime heritage and to promote FIFA World Cup 2022 within its framework of documenting the intergenerational past and its glorious past voyages at the heart of the lives of parents and grandparents and their source of livelihood during pearl diving.
Drs. Al Sulaiti said: The Fath Al Khair 5 Journey refreshes and integrates the maritime heritage of Qatar in the hearts of generations, with an inspiring sea monument, which mimics the same conditions that characterize the voyage. The first men of Qatar, passing through it, the young people of Qatar today, with their small arms and strong determination, to write another wonderful story of courage and contempt, will be added to our immortal legacy, which will remain a source of pride for generations to come every year.
He explained that the ship would depart from Malta on July 4, head south to Italy, cross the ports of Sicilia, Naples, Rome, and Genoa, and then sail to the ports of Monaco, Cannes, Cannes, and Marseille, and end its voyage to the port of Barcelona in Spain. The journey takes about a month and a half, and it ends in mid-August.
The general manager added that the trip gave its role in connecting the younger generations of Qatar with its glorious ancient heritage, deepened the cultural ties that connect the people of Qatar with friendly and friendly people, and succeed in building bridges for civilization and development human communication, based on a great balance of technology and knowledge, Katara has gained from its management.
He expressed hope that the trip to Fath Al Khair 5 would continue its mission of reviving Qatari heritage, highlighting the greatness of the country’s past, and unveiling the ancient Qatari heritage, in addition to promoting the Qatar World Cup 2022.
In addition, Drs. Al Sulaiti thanked all the organizations that have contributed to the success of the Fath Al Khair tour since its launch, namely: the Department of Foreign Affairs, Department of Transport, Emiri Yachts, and Office of Independent Engineering, Nakilat, and Supreme. The Design and Heritage Committee, in addition to all the various media outlets who participated in talking about Fath’s wonderful journey. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.
Meanwhile, Mohammed Nokhadha announced on the Fath Al Khair 5 voyage that all necessary preparations for the introduction and full readiness of the marine crew, including about 18 sailors from Al Yazwa were selected with great care after passing a series of fitness tests. , patience and wandering. He explained that the cruise line is 5,700 miles, crossing a traditional wooden loader Boom Saffar for a month and a half.
He further added that the voyage took all the steps and steps related to the safety and security requirements on the surface of the loader, in addition to finalizing all plans and liaising with maritime authorities at European ports located along Fath Al Khair 5 route.
The cruise plan also includes hospitality when stopping at European ports in a way that ensures excellent results in advertising the Qatar World Cup 2022. Brochures will be provided to the public at all ports focusing on loading, in collaboration and the Executive Supply Chain Committee.
Oman Air and Qatar Airways sign 21 daily FIFA World Cup flights deal
Oman Air, the national company that owns the Sultanate, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Qatar Airways ahead of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
According to the agreement, 21 daily flights will operate between the two capitals – Muscat and Doha – to transport football fans to the FIFA World Cup. Azzan Bin Qassim Al Busaidi, Secretary of the Oman Department of Heritage and Tourism, said the agreement was backed by a strong partnership between Oman and Qatar and would contribute to the success of the major event.
He said this was a great opportunity to promote tourism as countries in the Arab world are preparing to take part in this exciting event. Engineer Abdul-Aziz bin Saud Al Raisi, CEO of Oman Air, said: The signing of this agreement with Qatar Airways is in line with Oman Air’s goals of supporting the FIFA World Cup in Qatar Province.
Twenty-one aircraft will operate between the Omani capital and Qatari, while Oman Air will work with Qatar Airways to provide improved support. Qatar Airways will use several advertising campaigns for the aforementioned agreement, and both countries will mark 21 flights as domestic flights between the two countries and not outside. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.
Al-Raisi added that tickets and trips between Oman and Qatar will be exchanged between the two companies, with a special focus on Oman as a tourist destination, and the provision of a well-defined tourist package for Qatar Football World Cup spectators wishing to visit Oman at competitive prices.
Qatar is back in the top 50 in the FIFA rankings
Qatar returned to the top 50 in the latest FIFA World Rankings yesterday, with the Asian champions jumping two places to take 49th place. Felix Sanchez’s boys are ranked fifth in Asia with Iran (23) leading the way with Japan (24), South Korea (28), and Australia (39).
The hosts of the FIFA World Cup 2022 are also fifth in the Arab world behind Morocco (22) Tunisia (30), Egypt (40), and Algeria (41). Saudi Arabia is ranked 53rd while the UAE ranks 69th in the new rankings. It is the first time Qatar has made it into the top 50 this year after leaving the club in February. Qatar had finished 2021 in 48th place.
The World Cup hosts are currently busy at a training camp in Marbella a city and resort just south of the Costa del Sol of Spain. The camp will conclude on June 28. In March, Qatar played two friendly matches against Slovenia and Bulgaria following participation in the FIFA Arab Cup, which was played in November-December last year.
Qatar is in Group A of the FIFA World Cup where they will face European champions the Netherlands, African champions Senegal and Ecuador. The home team will begin their campaign against Ecuador on November 21 at Al Bayt Stadium.
Meanwhile, Brazil retained its top spot with Belgium sitting in second place, followed by Argentina and world champions France in third and fourth place respectively. England is fifth in the latest FIFA rankings. Spain (6), Italy (7), Netherlands (8), Portugal (9), and Denmark (10th) finished in the top 10 on the new list.
With the expansion of 11 areas, Kazakhstan (114, and 11) has made significant progress in this regard. Cuba (167th, and 10th), Greece (48th, and 7th), and Malaysia (147th, and 7th) also made significant gains. Kosovo (106, and 1) and Comoros (126, and 2) continued to climb to regain the all-time high.
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