Saudi Arabia’s powerful crown prince and a delegation of ministers landed in neighboring Qatar on November 20, 2022, in the morning to attend the opening ceremony of the World Cup. Mohammed bin Salman was accompanied by the kingdom’s energy, interior, foreign, commerce, and investment ministers and senior officials, including his national security adviser and head of the National Guard. So, Saudi Crown Prince Landed in Qatar For World Cup Kickoff.
Prince Mohammed, Saudi Arabia’s 37-year-old de facto ruler, orchestrated a regional blockade of Qatar beginning in June 2017, the same month he became first in line to the throne. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt cut ties with Doha over allegations it supported extremists and was too close to arch-rival Iran allegations Doha denied.
The quartet agreed to lift the restrictions at a Gulf Cooperation Council summit in January 2021 in the Saudi city of Al-Ula. Prince Mohammed traveled to Qatar in December of 2021 and, along with its emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, visited Lusail Stadium, which will be the venue for the final of this year’s World Cup.
It took time to determine how long Prince Mohammed, who recently completed a multi-country tour of Asia, intended to stay in Qatar. The Saudi Green Falcons are scheduled to play their first match against Argentina on November 22, 2022.
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