The MoU was signed in line with Katara's mission to achieve Qatar National Vision 2030. The Cultural Village Foundation has made enormous strides to achieve the goals of the vision across a number of fields related to providing knowledge to future generations by holding cultural events, law programs, training sessions, seminars and more.
His Excellency Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, General Manager of Katara, stressed the importance of the collaboration between Katara and the Qatar Lawyers Association and its positive impact in rreinforcing progress and development along a series of fronts present in the country.
"This MOU is a result of Katara striving to achieve Qatar National Vision 2030 which itself is based on providing knowledge to Qatar's future generations and meeting the society's need for a universally sound legal culture and in turn educating its citizens, enabling them to properly resolve any legal matters encountered. Servicing the community is a key priority for Katara," said HE. Dr. Al Sulaiti.
Katara remains focused on offering the necessary benefits to its citizens and its mission aims to cooperate with major civil society institutions in Qatar such as the Qatar Lawyers Association.
"We are pleased with the partnership we have formed with Katara which allows us to spread the culture of law among all segments of Qatari society in order to enable every person to fully understand their rights and duties. The Qatar Lawyers Association is more than satisfied with Katara for helping to provide such a distinctively prestigious cultural climate which increasingly contributes to the country's legal awareness," said Rashid bin Nasser Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Qatar Lawyers Association.