The Main Executive Unit of the National Vision at the Ministry of Transport, in its meeting today headed by Minister Zakaria Al-Shami, reviewed the strategic plans and studies for the projects to be implemented during the second phase of the National Vision 2021-2025.
The meeting, in the presence of the head of the executive unit, Eng. Nazir Al-Dabai, and members of the unit, touched on the programs, projects, plans and studies for the air, land and maritime sectors submitted by the authorities and institutions affiliated with the Ministry, including analysis of the current situation, guidelines and directives of the second phase aimed at developing and strengthening transport sectors in various fields.
The meeting also touched on the projects and plans of the General Authority for Civil Aviation and Meteorology, which include air navigation, meteorology, Sanaa International Airport, and other projects that contribute to developing the fields of civil aviation in accordance with international conditions and requirements and the International Aviation Organization, ICAO.
The meeting discussed the programs and projects for the land transport sector, the strategy of plans, studies and engineering designs for a number of projects, most notably the dry ports in Sana’a Governorate, the heavy transport truck park in Al Hudaydah Governorate, and other projects of the second phase of the national vision.
The meeting reviewed the projects of the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation technically and technically in its ports, most notably the port of Hodeidah, which was subjected to systematic destruction by the coalition of aggression in all its operational components.
The Minister of Transport urged the executive unit to continuously follow up and communicate with the bodies and institutions affiliated with the ministry to implement projects of importance, stressing that automation and networking with bodies and institutions will contribute to the speed of completion of work and the development of the transport system.
He pointed to the importance of training and qualification for the Ministry’s cadres and its sectors and agencies, pointing out the need to work with the code of conduct and legislation to develop and modernize work in various areas of transportation