The General Authority for the Regulation of Land Transport Affairs and the General Authority for Post and Postal Savings, today in Sana’a, signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the field of road transport and postal transport, and the mechanism for regulating them according to the laws of the two bodies.
The memorandum, which was signed by the President of the General Authority for Regulating Land Transport Affairs, Walid Al-Wadaei, and the Director of the General Authority for Post and Postal Savings, Eng. Muhammad Margham, included working on an economic feasibility study for programs and strategic plans for joint projects in the field of land transport for the benefit of the homeland and the citizen and the promotion of land transport work to meet the aspirations Future.
The head of the General Authority for Regulating Land Transport affirmed that the memorandum of understanding will open new horizons for the promotion and development of the work of land and post transport and the organization of the transport of postal parcels and goods.
He pointed to the importance of making use of the services provided by the Ministry of Communications and the technical and technological capabilities it possesses in preparing studies, planning strategic projects, automation and electronic monitoring of electronic collection.
In his turn, the Director of the General Authority for Post and Postal Savings indicated that the memorandum will contribute to strengthening and activating the laws of the two bodies in reality in the areas of postal and land transport in organized ways.
He pointed out that the agreement will open new horizons in the institutional work through the establishment of joint investment projects and the exploitation of the strategic sites owned by the Land Transport Regulatory Authority and the possibility of the Postal Savings Fund contributing to the projects.
The signing was attended by the head of the Yemeni Center for Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems, Dr. Khaled Khanbari, and a number of officials of the two bodies.