The nationwide Ministry of Interior’s Ramadan Councils, organized by the Law Respect Culture Bureau at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, are scheduled to discuss the traffic and licensing services of the MoI, on Thursday evening.

The main topic of discussion consists of two subsections, with the first subsection consisting of three subjects related to traffic services. The first topic includes the work of the traffic patrols, and the efforts made to achieve security on the road and to reduce accidents. The second topic addresses licensing services, vehicle licensing requirements, facilities provided to customers, and maintaining driver safety by ensuring vehicle integrity. The third topic discusses smart traffic services through a review of the traffic services on smart devices.

The second subsection of the Council for Traffic and Licensing Services addresses the challenges that the competent authorities at the Ministry of Interior face. The challenges to be discussed include serious accidents, speeding, and the culture of using roads in a civilized manner.

The door is open for the public to provide their opinion, suggestions, and recommendations to be invested by the MoI in future planning and performance development.

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