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Traffic Operations Dept opened in Ahmadi
KUWAIT CITY, May 17: First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Retired Lieutenant-General Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah stressed on Tuesday the importance of providing the best services to citizens and exerting more effort in order to serve the nation’s security and the safety of citizens.
This came in a press statement issued by the General Administration of Relations and Security Media after the Interior Minister inaugurated the Traffic Operations Department building in Ahmadi Governorate. Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf stressed that the Ministry of Interior sectors seek to provide the best level of security services in accordance with the latest technological systems by relying on the latest training programs in preparing, qualifying and training human cadres, including military and civilians, and raising their capabilities which helps in achieving the goal and ensuring the quality of services related to the traffic sector.
He directed traffic officials to be keen to provide the best services to citizens and reduce traffic jams to ensure traffic facilitation and the increase of traffic patrols on all main and secondary roads and intersections to control anyone who tries to violate traffic rules and laws. He extended his thanks and appreciation to the employees of the General Traffic Department for their efforts to save the lives of road users and their presence around the clock to follow up the traffic movement on the roads in all governorates.
The Interior Minister Sheikh Ahmad Al-Nawaf inspected the building, its facilities and listened to a detailed explanation of the departments it contains. He then inaugurated the Traffic Operations Room and the Central Control Room Unit, and inspected the surveillance cameras division inside the patrols. He was briefed on the newly developed work mechanism in the central control operations room, traffic monitoring cameras, follow-up of traffic on the main road and traffic intersections, and the mechanism for recording indirect violations through traffic monitoring cameras. (KUNA)