The Emir of Qatar has remarkably participated in the events Arab Summit in Algerialast Tuesday and Wednesday. During this visit, a rumor spread about the donation that Qatar was going to make to Algeria to build a stadium with a capacity of 90,000 spectators. What is it really?
Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani spoke about the absentees at the summit and congratulated Algeria on the success of this meeting before the end of the work.
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He walked across the Casbah of Algiers, laid the first stone of an Algerian-Qatari hospital with his Algerian counterpart Abdelmadjid Tebboune and launched, with the President of the Republic, the expansion of the Blara Steel Complex by 2 to 4 million tons per year. .
This complex is 49% owned by Qatar Steel International (QSI), 46% by the Algerian public group Sider and 5% by the National Investment Fund (FNI).
Of all the projects launched by the Emir of Qatar during his visit to Algeria, the football stadium project is undoubtedly the one that sparked the most comments on social media.
Qatar donates a soccer field to Algeria
It was the capacity of this stadium that ignited the discussions. Rumor has it that the wealthy Gas Principality donated a stadium with a capacity of 90,000 spectators to Algeria, which would then be the largest stadium in the country. But without official confirmation, what is this information really?
As we mentioned a few weeks ago, this is the stadium that will be under construction (a small stadium with a capacity of 10 km.
This stadium is a gift from Qatar and not in the file of the four stadiums that Taboun promised https://t.co/mRgUtunLsf pic.twitter.com/lZPw1Lqtmn
– Stadiums of the Algeria Project (AlgerStadProj) October 31, 2022
According to these rumors, this ” Present ” Which Qatar offers will bear the name “Arab Union”. Indeed, Qatar has donated a football stadium to Algeria, but its capacity is much less than that developed on social networks.
The infrastructure in question will be built in El-Beidh, in the area of the upper plateau, with a capacity of 10,000 places. Wali Al Bayadh laid the first stone of this stadium on Monday, October 31, one day before the arrival of the Emir of Qatar to Algeria.
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