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Amir graces Police College graduation

Amir graces Police College graduation

Meriam Jelliti
Doha
The Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani patronised the graduation ceremony of the second batch of students of the Ministry of Interior’s Police College at its headquarters in Al Sailiya on Thursday.
The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister and Minister of Interior HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al Thani, Minister of Interior of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Salameh Hammad, Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova Pavel Voicu, Minister of Internal Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic Colonel Kashkar Junushaliev, and Deputy Minister of Interior of Turkey Prof Tayyip Sabri Erdil.
At the beginning of the ceremony, the national anthem was played. Then commander of the graduates’ queue came forward to request the Amir to review the queue of the 110 graduates from Qatar, Jordan, Palestine and Yemen.
Thereafter, the students carried out a distinctive military parade, performing several military formations that required detailed accuracy and a high level of proficiency.
After the graduates’ parade and the military parade, the Amir honoured the first seven outstanding graduates. The second batch then handed over the college flag to the third batch and the order for promotion was read out and the parade queue left.
The parade was preceded by a speech delivered by Director-General of the Police College Brigadier-General Mohamed Abdullah al Mahna al Marri who said that the students have successfully completed the requirements to earn a bachelor degree (BA) in law and police science by achieving quality in education and training.
The college successfully graduated modern police officers with a high degree of efficiency and professionalism, he added.
He stressed that the quality of security and safety in Qatar is the outcome of a wise leadership vision that put human dignity, happiness and security at the top of its priorities and goals.
Quoting the Amir, Marri said humans are the most important aspect of building a nation and a country’s biggest investment, and that Qatar has invested in its youth and with them it will develop further.
At the end of the ceremony, the second batch graduates took the oath and the anthem was played.