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Posted On: 23 January 2021 12:57 pm
Updated On: 23 January 2021 02:26 pm

H.H. the Amir attends the graduation ceremony of the third batch of Police College

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H.H. the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani patronized the graduation ceremony of the third batch of candidate students of the Ministry of Interior's Police College at the Police Training Institute in Al Sailiya on Saturday morning.

The graduation ceremony was attended by H.E. Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al-Thani, H.E. Minister of Interior of the Sultanate of Oman Sayyid Hamoud bin Faisal Al Busaidi, H.E. Minister of Interior of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Sameer Ibrahim Al Mobaideen, and a number of Their Excellencies the Minister, heads of the diplomatic missions to the State, and high-ranking officers of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Interior, the Amiri Guard, the State Security and the Lekhwiya Force.

The national anthem was played at the outset of the ceremony. Then the commander of the commander of the graduates' queue came forward requesting HH the Amir to inspect the queue of the 112 graduates from the State of Qatar, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the State of Palestine and the Republic of Yemen.

After reciting verses from the Holy Quran and the performance of the graduates' parade and the military parade, H.H. the Amir honored the seven outstanding graduates. After that, the third batch handed over the flag to the fourth batch, the appointment order was read out, and the queue of future officers of school students entered. At the end of the ceremony, the officers of third batch took the oath and performed the College anthem.

Director-General of the Police College Brigadier Dr. Mohammed Abdullah Al Muhana Al Marri delivered a speech on the occasion welcoming H.H. the Amir and expressing pleasure with H.H. patronage and honoring of the ceremony which marks the graduation of a new batch of police officers who fulfilled the requirements for a Bachelor's degree in Law and Police Sciences.

Brigadier Al Marri noted that the 112 graduates include 93 Qatari from the Ministry of Interior and a number of military bodies in the State, and 19 graduates from the sisterly Arab countries, namely the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the State of Palestine and the Republic of Yemen.

He underlined the Police College's endeavors, through the continuous development of its academic and training programs, to achieve its mission of graduating highly-skilled police officers, enabling them to professionally implement security tasks, and to keep pace with the requirements of the times in terms of behavior and performance, with determination and courage, while adhering to the Arab and Islamic traditions and values, and pride in belonging to the homeland and loyalty to H.H. the Amir.

Brigadier Al Marri cited the saying of H.H. the Amir that human development is one of the most important pillars of Qatar's vision, and the Qatari citizen remains the main focus of concern, by providing the best levels of education that guarantee his advancement and progress. He stressed the Police College's keenness on providing its students with the latest curricula that keep pace with international standards, including science and knowledge in the policing and legal fields.

Source: QNA
Image credit: Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al-Thani Twitter account