* Entities to nurture a high-level sports environment in Qatar
Qatar Museums (QM) and Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote sports culture and history through shared facilities, community programmes and events.
Through the agreement, QM’s 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic Sports Museums (QOSM) and AZF will work together to nurture a high-level sports environment in the country.
QOSM, located at AZF’s Khalifa International Stadium, will demonstrate to the world that sport and Qatar are intrinsically linked. The museum will feature interactive exhibits, inspiring objects and unique activity areas that inspire a spirit of participation.
“With this agreement we are pleased to jointly promote sports culture and history. The partnership will further enhance the positive value of sport through its facilities. We are confident that this mutual collaboration will have a positive impact on the two parties and our community in Qatar to encourage active lifestyle,” QM CEO Ahmad Musa al-Namla said in a press statement.
Al-Namla added that QOSM will showcase the origins, development and significance of sports culture within Qatar and beyond.
“We are pleased to sign this MoU between our foundation and QM as this partnership is a cultural entity and sporting history to build a high level of sport environment,” AZF CEO Mohammed Khalifa al-Suwaidi said in a press statement.
“We are proud of this unique collaboration, as Khalifa International Stadium is considered one of the oldest stadiums in the country. QM’s 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic Sports will be a valuable legacy for future generations,” al-Suwaidi added.Last updated: March 02 2021 07:36 PM
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