The Ministry of Interior (MoI) is participating in TAWEYA, the National Show for Society Awareness and Humanitarian Services, which is currently on at the Sharjah Expo Centre until February 3rd.

Major Yasser Issa Al Qteri, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Ministry of Interior’s pavilion in the exhibition, stressed that this participation demonstrates the MoI’s interest in partaking in various social events. “It also aims to acquaint the public with the various advanced services offered by the ministry. These services promote the concept of community partnership in strengthening security and stability, and the concept of community police,” said Al Qteri.

Additionally, Major Al Qteri pointed out that the staff members supervising the pavilion are acquainting the public of all ages and backgrounds with the awareness-raising programs organized by the ministry. The programs cover traffic safety, the risks of violating traffic regulations and legal speed limits and the resulting hazardous incidents. “These programs also raise awareness of the dangers of drugs on the individual, family and community, home fire safety tips, and ways to properly solve social problems,” noted Major Al Qteri. Moreover, he indicated that the pavilion displays the latest technology and electronic services used to easily and smoothly provide services to the public, as per the general directives of the e-government.

Major Al Qteri indicated that 10 headquarters and departments of the MoI and its various entities are participating in the exhibition. “A series of awareness-raising lectures and programs designed for school students will be held in the dedicated theater, in addition to a variety of competitions for school students. The ministry’s staff members will also distribute gifts and awareness-raising publications to the pavilion’s visitors,” he concluded.

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