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Ministry of Interior’s Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs Major-General Abdulfattah Al-Ali is honoured at the meeting with oil workers at Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
Traffic law enforcement cut chaos by 30 pc, says Al-Ali

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: Ministry of Interior's Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs Major General Abdul-Fatah Al-Ali has affirmed that the equal application of the law on everybody addresses all sorts of problems; adding that activating the traffic code, collection of fines and imposing punishment reduced traffic congestion by 30 percent compared to previous years.

Al-Ali made the statement during his recently-concluded meeting with oil workers at Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) in a lecture organized to raise awareness on traffic regulations. He clarified the reformative procedures undertaken by the Traffic Sector and the newly introduced traffic system in Kuwait are a relief for road users.

He assured the previous studies and researches, as well as all field visits to highly congested roads, to discover source of inadequacies and problems, will be given adequate attention through the use of appropriate scientific and practical methods. He believes these steps will create a desirable traffic atmosphere which guarantees safety of road users.

Meanwhile, speaking on behalf of KPC Board Chairperson Nezar Al-Adsani, Head of Human Resources Studies Team Riyadh Al-Rabe'ah delivered the welcome address at the beginning of the lecture. He also emphasized the need to support the Traffic Sector. He later presented a documentary film produced by KPC on the dire consequences of lack of concentration and use of mobile phones while driving. Several senior officials from the traffic and oil sectors attended the meeting.

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