Qatar to donate World Cup buses to Lebanon to boost transport sector

Qatar has plans to donate the buses that were used to transport fans during the World Cup to Lebanon to boost the transport sector according to 961. The concept first came to Prime Minister Najib Mikati during a meeting with Qatari officials. , including Foreign Minister Mohammad Bin Abdul Rahman. Bin Jasem Al Thani, who oversees Qatar’s foreign investment fund in addition to its political ties, including to Lebanon, on the sidelines of the World Cup.

In collaboration with FIFA, Qatar plans to dismantle some of the World Cup-related infrastructure and donate it to various developing nations, especially those with difficult economic conditions. Entire soccer stadiums, thousands of seats from other stadiums, equipment, including large buses, and entire soccer stadiums will be donated.

Gulf News later stated that the Qataris offered to provide suitable seats for the sports city in Beirut and some municipal stadiums. However, the Lebanese side raised the possibility of supplying Lebanon with several buses. Due to the shortage of public buses, Lebanon’s current transport crisis is weighing heavily on the Lebanese people as costs have been rising. However, with new initiatives from the Lebanese government along with donations from Qatar, the country hopes to solve its transportation problem.

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