The Qatari authorities have signed an agreement with Accor to manage operations and transport during the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The discussion is scheduled for the end of next year for the hosting of World cup.

The agreement was signed in Doha in the presence of Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, Prime Minister and Interior Minister of Qatar.

Endorsed by the Supreme Navigation & Heritage (SC) Committee, the legacy infrastructure, services, and services required for the World Cup.

SC president Yasir Al Jamal signed the agreement with Accor chief Sébastien Bazin.

The agreement will provide Accor with the jobs needed for employees to be the most active service provider in the world, as well as front office, equipment and infrastructure, and home care services, among other things.

Hassan Al Thawadi, Secretary-General of SC, said: “This fragile agreement is another example of how Qatar has truly become a historic entity, not only in setting the highest standards of delivery but also in legacy planning.

“By optimizing accommodation and lodging in the country, we can offer our guests a range of affordable and affordable options; we seek to ensure that we have a permanent restaurant catering market that does not leave Qatar with permanent restaurants beyond 2022”