HE the Minister of Justice and Acting Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Dr Issa Saad al-Jafali al-Nuaimi visited the ministry’s pavilion at the 30th Doha International Book Fair.
The minister viewed the legal publications provided by the pavilion.
He also toured a number of pavilions participating in the exhibition.
The minister praised the efforts of the organisers of the fair and the role of the Ministry of Culture and Sports in the event, which reflects the civilised face of the country, stressing that Qatar today takes its rightful place among civilised countries thanks to the care and attention that the wise leadership gives to knowledge and culture.
He noted that the Ministry of Justice was keen to participate in this fair to bring its legal services closer to the public, inform citizens of the latest legal services and legislation that interest them in various areas of their activities and daily transactions, and provide presentations and explanations that enhance communication with various groups of the public, especially legal groups or dealers with the Ministry and its affiliated sectors.
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