The ceremony was attended by Qatar’s Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani, a number of Ministers as well as ranking Armed Forces and Interior Ministry Officers, in addition to a number of Heads of Military Colleges of other sisterly and friendly countries.
Sheikh Tamim honored the outstanding graduates of the batch after the Commander of the parade came forward to request him to review the graduates’ parade as they perform the military parade with slow march and normal march. Afterwards the flag was received and handed over to the 11th batch. The order for promotion was then read out and the graduates took the oath.
At the outset of the ceremony, Brigadier Hamad Ahmed Al Nuaimi, Commander of the Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College, delivered a speech in which he extended his sincere thanks and appreciation to the Emir for honoring and gracing the graduation ceremony of the 10th batch of the Qatari Armed Forces and Interior Ministry’s Cadets.
Brigadier Al Nuaimi pointed out that the college, which was established in 1996 upon the directives of the Father Emir, aimed at qualifying Police and Army Officer Cadets in different scientific disciplines.
Qatar’s Minister of State for Defense Affairs Major General Hamad bin Ali Al Attiyah affirmed that Ahmed bin Mohammed Military College has become one of the best specialized scientific facilities in the world on the levels of curriculum, infrastructure, equipment and capacities.
He said the college has attracted 118 students from eight friendly countries, adding that the batch’s top student is an Omani national who well-deservedly won the Sword of Honor.
Al Attiyah expressed his pleasure with the graduation of the 10th batch of the college, adding that the Emir’s gracing the graduation ceremony speaks to the college’s accomplishments year after year.