Qatar Olympic Committee Secretary General met the Chairman of Alpha TV Europe

His Excellency Jassim Rashid AlBuenain, Secretary General of the National Olympic Committee met recently Mr. Dimitris Contominas, the Founder and Chairman of Alpha TV Europe, and discussed many potentials of cooperation with Qatar Olympic Committee and Qatar 2022 (2022 FIFA World Cup).

The Secretary General has notified that over 40 years, the Qatar Olympic Committee has made accomplishments in various fields and at all levels. QOC has made a quantum leap in sports work and has had an active presence in continental and international forums, and in various sports events and competitions in which Qatari athletes participated and won several titles and medals. Qatar has great development of its sports infrastructure, the world-class sports facilities, and its organisations of major international tournaments, Doha deserves to be named the capital of sport. 

His Excellency Jassim Rashid AlBuenain (Secretary General of the Qatar National Olympic Committee), Mr. Dimitris Contominas (Alpha TV Europe) and Dr. Theodore Theodoropoulos (POWERGLOBE) – Photo by QGN

Additionally, QOC has received numerous accolades and awards in various sectors, and has created a number of concepts through slogans such as Sports for Life. QOC’s keenness and commitment to achieve the objectives of promoting and developing the Olympic Movement in Qatar, and developing it in accordance with the Olympic Charter in addition to advancing with its strategy in support of the Qatar National Vision 2030.  

In addition, Qatar now is preparing for 2022 World Cup, which is scheduled to be the 22nd edition of the FIFA  Cup, the quadrennial international men’s football championship contested by the national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Qatar in 2022. This will be the first World Cup ever to be held in the Arab world and the first in a Muslim-majority country and the State of Qatar will have about three to five fan fest venues for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. 

Currently, Qatar has announced the establishment of the ”world-largest Olympic Museum” in Doha, under the umbrella of Doha Museum Authority. The museum is expected to open the doors by end of 2020. 

Sources: QGN, Doha News, QOC Magazine, Qatar Agency News, QGT.