Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif is having a busy time in Qatar.
The 100-day countdown to the world's biggest sporting event in the desert has begun.
The festival is going on in Qatar. Every day there are some events around the World Cup.
Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz is busy with agreements on various business and trade issues after visiting the festival country.
The country has already decided to send military personnel to the security of the World Cup in Qatar.
On the second day of the tour, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz visited Stadium 974, one of the most attractive venues of the World Cup.
He was impressed to see this beautiful stadium which is completely different from other venues. The stadium was earlier named Ras Abu Aboud.
The specialty of this stadium is that thousands of containers have been used in its construction.
Interestingly, 974 is the international dialing code for Qatar. The venue will be completely demolished after the World Cup.
This is the first time in the history of World Cup football.
It's even built in such a way that it doesn't need any separate technology to control its temperature. Its temperature will naturally be under control.
In this stadium, a total of 7 matches will be played until the top sixteen of the World Cup.
Its audience capacity is 40 thousand. Pakistan is very well connected with Qatar World Cup this time.
Rihla, the official ball of the World Cup, is also made in Pakistan. Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif is happy to play a role in the World Cup.
Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif said, 'I am overwhelmed by Stadium 974. It will really increase the attraction of the World Cup.
I am expecting a successful World Cup in Qatar. I am really proud that the official ball of World Cup Rihla is made in Pakistan.'
This year's World Cup in Qatar will start from November 20.