Qatar Inaugurates New Coast Guard Base

Source: BMT

Qatar inaugurated on Sunday a new naval base that will function as the headquarters of its coast guard.

Prime Minister Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani and commander of US Naval Forces in the Middle East Vice Admiral Jim Malloy attended the ceremony at the Al-Daayen naval base, located about 30 kilometers north of Doha on Qatar’s eastern coast.

During the ceremony, the Prime Minister and the Minister of the Interior inaugurated a number of new patrol boats belonging to the Coast Guard and Borders Security.

The 639,800 square-meter site aims to “facilitate the securing of all territorial waters of the State and border posts,” Qatar's Interior Ministry wrote on Twitter. It includes a “sophisticated seaport,” training and medical facilities, civil defense offices and operating rooms, the ministry added.

 

[Source: Navy Recognition]

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