Doha – QatarDebate Center
QatarDebate, a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, has announced the completion of all preparations for the Fifth International Universities Debating Championship in Arabic, which will be launched on Saturday, March 16, at the Qatar National Convention Center.
A press release issued by the center stated that the number of countries participating in the tournament reached 52 countries who speak Arabic and other languages
Tournament sponsorship agreements with Al Jazeera Media Network and the official carrier Qatar Airways
A. explained. Hassan Suleiman, Director of Educational Programs at QatarDebate Center, said that work on organizing this tournament began at the end of the previous tournament 2018, by communicating with the teams that participated in it and working to increase the center’s network around the world without the help of an organized company, but rather relying entirely on the center’s management and employees.
He pointed out that as soon as the 2019 international championship was announced, the turnout was great from all countries, and 52 countries were selected with the participation of a number of universities from each country.
Noting that the door for registration was opened early to participate in the tournament, followed by the organization of the training academy for new coaches in November 2018 with the aim of qualifying and nominating the participating teams in this tournament.
He stressed that the center has completed the registration of delegations, accommodation and transportation arrangements, and tickets and reservations have been issued after collecting the registration fees and completing all logistical matters.
Pointing out in the same context about the diverse entertainment program for the participants, which includes important tourist and heritage attractions in the State of Qatar.
The largest forum of participants in the tournament doubled the effort of the organizing committee
We are keen to conduct this huge event in a manner that suits the status of the state and Qatar Foundation. The number of countries has reached 52 Arab countries, 37 of whom are non-native speakers. The participating countries are: “Azerbaijan, Australia, Spain, Germany, Indonesia, Ukraine, Iran, Jordan, Brazil, Portugal.” , Czech Republic, Algeria, Sudan, Sweden, Somalia, China, Iraq, Kuwait, Maldives, Morocco, UK, Austria, India, USA, Yemen, Pakistan, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bangladesh, Poland, Thailand, Turkey, Tunisia, South Africa, Russia, Sri Lanka, Oman, Serbia, France, Palestine, Vietnam, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, Canada, South Korea, Kosovo, Lebanon, Libyan Arab Republic, Malaysia, Macedonia, Mauritius.