KUWAIT CITY, Jan 9: Minister of Interior, Sheikh Thamer Al-Ali, during a visit to all sectors of the nationality, passports and residence affairs has stressed on the need to continue working towards a qualitative shift within all service sectors at the Ministry of Interior using the latest technology to develop the work mechanism.
During the visit the minister listened to the problems that hinder the work of some departments and checked some negativities and said work must be done to solve them in future. The minister during the visit was received by assistant undersecretaries and general managers from the relevant sectors. He told the senior officials these are the directives of the higher political leadership to facilitate procedures for citizens and residents and said the next period will witness better service.
Sheikh Thamer Al-Ali called for finding solutions in line with the law through which it is possible to facilitate the citizens and residents and speed up their transactions, and work to speed up the transfer of services from paper to electronic, and the automated linkage between all relevant service sectors, pointing to the need to preserve the national identity and develop its centers.
He also stressed on the need to continue facilitating procedures and overcoming obstacles facing the people with special needs and the elderly, and called for good treatment of all visitors at the same time stressing that his visit to all security sectors come with the aim of listening to observations and all obstacles in order to overcome and improve the performance of the security institution that satisfies everyone.
Minister Al-Ali began his tour by inspecting the General Directorate of Nationality and Travel Documents, where he was received by the Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Nationality and Passports Affairs, Lieutenant General Sheikh Faisal Al-Nawaf and a number of security leaders. inister Al-Ali praised the services provided by the Residence Affairs Sector to citizens and residents, and the use of all facilities to complete their transactions with the necessary accuracy and speed, praising the future plans of the sector, which all aim to make the services provided electronically for the speed of completion.