KUWAIT CITY, February 20: The Minister of the Interior, Sheikh Thamer Al-Ali, during a meeting he chaired, stressed the need to propose urgent solutions to all open issues in all areas of the ministry, as this is not impossible to solve Security house, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The Minister addressed all senior security officials in his office in the presence of the Under Secretary of State of the Ministry of Interior, Lieutenant General Essam Al-Naham, and the Deputy Under Secretary of State of different sectors, asking everyone to review their readiness and readiness to discuss the working mechanism to resolve any issues contain.
Sheikh Thamer Al-Ali recommended that the opening of investigative offices at Wafra and Sabah Al-Ahmad police stations be closed immediately and that traffic violations be dealt with without delay, while stressing the importance of giving executive powers to the deputy undersecretaries of state.
He particularly emphasized the need to implement the decisions made by the Council of Ministers to prevent the spread of the emerging coronavirus “COVID-19″ in the best interests of public health. He stated that the next phase will require more effort, work, vigilance and caution, calling it “a phase that requires urgent care and discrimination at all levels, patience in dealing with the public, facilitating their transactions, eavesdropping on their pending affairs and attempts to solve them according to the law. ”
Sheikh Al-Ali opened the meeting by praising the sincere efforts of all areas of the ministry to ensure security and protection and to confront anyone who tries to ensure the security of the country, according to the statement from the General Directorate of Public Relations and Security Media of the Ministry of Interior to manipulate.
Interior Minister Sheikh Thamer Al-Ali, on the other hand, discussed with Kuwaiti Ambassador to Sudan, Bassam Al-Qabandi, ways to strengthen the work between the Security Institute and the Kuwaiti Embassy in ways that would further deepen and consolidate relations.
In a separate meeting with the Head of the Mission of the United Nations Program for the Settlement Program for the Arab Gulf States, the Minister of the Interior discussed Amira Al-Hassan, a series of issues of common concern and a mechanism to deepen and intensify the collaboration between the two the organization and Kuwait in a way that will help achieve the desired end.
According to a statement, Dr. Al-Hassan recognized Kuwait’s pioneering role in supporting human rights and praised the interior ministry’s constructive cooperation with the mission.