A meeting held today in Sana’a, which included the Chairman of the High Commission for Combating Corruption, Dr. Muhammad Al-Ghashem, and the Minister of Transport, Zakaria Al-Shami, discussed the mechanism of cooperation and enhance partnership between the authority and the ministry through the joint work program.
The work program includes the areas of awareness, education and capacity building for the Ministry’s employees and its affiliated bodies and institutions with regard to transparency, combating corruption, principles of good governance and a code of occupational behavior in line with the national vision to build the modern Yemeni state.
The meeting, in the presence of members of the commission, Dr. Ahmed Hamid Al-Din, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Kumim, Dr. Ahmed Al-Sheikh, and its Secretary-General, Judge Abdulrahman Al-Mutawakel, reviewed the comprehensive awareness program to enhance transparency and integrity and combat corruption and prevent it, which lasts for four months in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport and its affiliated bodies and institutions.
The program aims to create a true partnership between the authority and the ministry, and a functional environment that advocates the values of transparency and integrity, urges accountability and accountability, and opposes any culture tolerant of corruption.
Al-Ghashem stressed the importance of strengthening the partnership between the authority and the Ministry of Transport in the areas related to the legal preventive measures regulating the fight against corruption.
In his turn, the Minister of Transport affirmed the determination of the Ministry and its affiliated bodies and institutions to combat and fight corruption through effective partnership with the authority and work in a one-team spirit to confront this malicious scourge.
He pointed to the importance of holding anti-corruption training courses for the Ministry of Transport’s cadres and its affiliated bodies and institutions through cadres with technical and professional expertise in the Supreme Anti-Corruption Commission.