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Cabinet Reviews MOTC's Strategic Plan

10 Sep, 2020 12:00 AMAl Raya Newspaper, Gulf TimesIntended Audience
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HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, chaired the Cabinet's regular meeting held at the Amiri Diwan yesterday's noon. 

HE Mr. Jassim bin Seif Al Sulaiti, the Minister of Transport and Communications, presented during yesterday's regular Cabinet meeting the strategic plan of the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC). This comes within the framework of the instructions of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior about briefing the Cabinet on the plans related to the jurisdictions of ministries, other governmental bodies and public organizations and authorities. This includes all programs, operational projects and specific timetables for achievement as well as standards and indicators measuring performance progress, and in conformity with the comprehensive development vision "the Qatar National Vision 2030" (QNV2030), including partnership projects between the public and private sectors, if found.         

The strategic objectives of the sectors and administrative units of the Ministry include achieving ease of access, financial and environmental sustainability, security and safety, smooth movement and economic development. They also include setting up a flexible, smart and integrated infrastructure, empowering a digitally advanced workforce and society, enhancing confidence and digital security, developing the smart government agenda and using technology to develop a regionally competitive smart economy.

The Ministry has also worked on overseeing and implementing projects of national priority out of the Ministry's keenness to achieve the QNV2030. Moreover, the Ministry adopted an additional set of projects stipulated in the Second National Development Strategy to support the development of the economic infrastructure, achieve economic diversification and private sector development and support institutional development, service provision, and financial management.

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