Doha, September 19 (QNA) - Qatar News Agency (QNA) has launched its news services in three new languages: French, Germany and Spanish, in the implementation of its plan to expand its news services to encompass numerous world languages.
The launch of the various languages service comes within the framework of upgrading the work in QNA in conformity with the substantial global evolution in accessing to the audience worldwide, in addition to communicating the voice of the State of Qatar with all languages and promoting the State of Qatar as a sporting, tourist and economic destination.
With the launch of this service, QNA offers its news services in five international languages mainly Arabic, English, French, German and Spanish.
QNA launches its news services at an extremely important time nearly two months before the country hosts the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, and through this service, the agency seeks to communicate with a substantial category of a wide spectrum of the audience who are coming to the State of Qatar, as well as World Cup followers worldwide.
HE Director-General of QNA Ahmed Saeed Jabor Al Rumaihi said that the launch of this service offers the readers who speak these languages everything they want to know about the State of Qatar, including its economic, social, tourist and cultural policy, enabling QNA to be the gate for that readers to have a closer look into the State of Qatar.
He clarified that the new languages were meticulously selected, because the people who speak these languages are associated with football and their attendance in Qatar World Cup, in addition to the number of speakers of these languages worldwide.
HE Director-General of QNA underlined that broadcasting this news in various languages will be around the clock through professional translators operating to translate the news that concerns the speakers of these languages.