The Deputy Prime Minister for National Vision Affairs, Head of the Executive Office for Vision Management, Mahmoud Al-Junaid, along with Minister of Transport Amer Al-Marani, and Chairman of the Civil Aviation and Meteorology Authority Muhammad Abdul Qader, inaugurated the work of the authority’s strategic plan 2021-2025 within the framework of the national vision.
The plan aims to promote and develop the fields of civil aviation at the local and international levels within the framework of the national vision and the strategy of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), most notably air safety in the region of the Republic of Yemen and its oversight in order to achieve the standards of the International Aviation Organization and to promote and develop the fields of air navigation, meteorology, airport development, and the promotion of air transport .
During the inauguration, the Deputy Prime Minister for National Vision Affairs stressed the importance of developing strategic plans for any institution, as they are the true approach and the right path to achieve the best results on the ground.
He said, “No institution can improve its performance and achieve its goals unless it has a strategic plan in accordance with the elements related to human and material resources, regulations, laws and regulations.”
Al-Junaid considered the strategic plan of the General Authority for Civil Aviation and Meteorology as a model for many state institutions, noting that the plan was consistent with the national vision as it includes a set of national goals.
The Deputy Prime Minister for National Vision Affairs revealed the launch of the country’s national strategy in the coming days.
He praised the strategic plan that was prepared by specialists in the General Authority of Civil Aviation and various sectors, as it is a systematic plan that took into account the requirements of the stages of the national vision and analysis of the current situation, in addition to the requirements and conditions of international organizations and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
In turn, the Minister of Transport pointed to the importance of the authority’s plan and the basic objectives on which it was built, as it is concerned with addressing all aspects related to aviation safety and security, airport operation, air navigation services, and meteorology.
He urged the leadership and cadres of the General Authority of Civil Aviation to redouble efforts to promote and develop the fields of civil aviation and implement the strategic plan. He explained that the Ministry of Transport and its affiliated bodies and institutions are currently working on developing a strategic plan that contributes to promoting and developing the fields of land, sea and air transport in accordance with the directives of the national vision and the results of analysis the current situation.
While the President of the General Authority of Civil Aviation indicated that the strategic plan of the authority was issued after several stages, starting with analyzing the current situation and formulating the strategy and reference, then accreditation and issuance as the main directives for the strategic work of all components of the authority.
In turn, the Director General of Planning and Quality at the authority, Hashem Abdel Qader, gave a detailed explanation of the plan that included the content and components, an analysis of the reality of the civil aviation sector and meteorology, the stages the plan went through, and the main objectives of the plan that will be implemented according to two local and international tracks.
The Director of the Strategic Planning Department at the Authority, Muhammad Al-Nahmi, also gave a presentation on the analysis of the Authority’s work plan for the year 2021, its achievements during the first half, and the difficulties facing its sectors.
The inauguration, which was attended by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport for the Air Transport Sector Abdullah Al-Ansi, the Undersecretary of the General Authority of Civil Aviation Raed Jabal, the assistant undersecretaries and the general managers of the authority and its sectors, included a presentation on the strategic framework of the plan