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The funeral of the Minister of Transport, Zakaria Al-Shami, in Sana'a (23 / Apr / 2021)

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Today in Sana'a, the bodies of the Minister of Transport, Zakaria Yahya al-Shami, and his mother were buried in a solemn funeral procession.

During the funeral ceremony presented by a member of the Supreme Political Council, Sultan Al-Sama’i, Deputy Prime Minister for National Vision Affairs, Mahmoud Al-Junaid, and a number of ministers and members of the Shura and Parliament, the mourners confirmed that Al-Shami's departure represented a loss to the homeland in general and the Ministry of Transport and its affiliated bodies and institutions in particular.

They indicated that the deceased Zakaria al-Shami contributed to the strengthening, development and modernization of the various land, sea and air transport sectors, technically, professionally and administratively.

news-Image-2021-04-23-at-72154-PMThey praised the virtues of the deceased and his contributions to defending the homeland, and steadfastness in the face of aggression and siege, with all determination, sincerity and dedication.

A member of the Supreme Political Council, Al-Sama’i, indicated that the deceased Zakaria al-Shami was one of the best national cadres, who had proven his worth and sincerity in the tasks and positions entrusted to him.

He pointed to the role of the deceased al-Shami in thwarting the aggression plots that target security, stability and the general tranquility of society.

The bodies of the deceased al-Shami and his mother were buried in the cemetery of the Ishaq Mosque after praying for them in the Al-Shaab Mosque in Sana'a.

The funeral was attended by agents and advisors of the Ministry of Transport, heads of bodies and institutions affiliated with it, general directors, employees of the Ministry of Transport and its various sectors, a number of sheikhs, social figures, and a group of citizens.

Inaugurating a Cleaning Campaign at the Transport Screening Positions in the Capital Municipality “Sana’a city” [07 / April / 2021]

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The chairman of the General Authority for Regulating Land Transport Affairs, Waleed Al-Wadaei, and Director of the Cleaning Project in the Capital Municipality, Ibrahim Al-Sarabi, inaugurated today a cleaning and improvement campaign in all transport sorting positions in the Municipality
The campaign, implemented by the Cleanliness Fund and Project and the Transport Authority branch in the Municipality, aims to remove waste and distorted appearances, rehabilitate public transport stands and sort out in the directorates to ensure the preservation of cleanliness and the environment in conjunction with the advent of the blessed month of Ramadan
At the inauguration, in Bab Al-Yaman sort, in the presence of the directors of the authority’s office in the secretariat, Muhammad al-Shahari, the Directorate of Safia Naji al-Shayani, and the sanitation area, Muhammad al-Qatash, stressed the importance of implementing improvement campaigns to qualify the positions and sort the transport.
The head of the General Authority for Regulating Land Transport Affairs praised the level of coordination between the authority and the Capital Secretariat to implement tasks and actions that would regulate and improve transport.
Al-Surabi and al-Shahari indicated that the campaign will continue to remove waste and improve hygiene in the land transport sorting stands, to improve the aesthetic and environmental view in the capital.
The inauguration was attended by the Director of Visual Improvement in the Cleaning and Improvement Fund of the Municipality, Muhammad Al-Bashiri, and the Deputy Director of the Office of the Transport Authority Branch in Al Safia District, Samir Alyan.

A meeting to discuss the mechanism of joint cooperation to organize the sorting in the Capital Municipality Sana'a City [04/April /2021]

news-Image-2021-04-04-at-113706-PMToday a meeting was held, which included the Chairman of the Authority, Mr. Waleed Abdullah Al-Wadaie, and the Director General of Traffic, Brigadier General Mujeeb Al-Rahman Al-Omari

And at the meeting attended by the general director of the authority’s branch in

the capital’s secretariat, Muhammad al-Shahari, the general director of ports and

branches, Ahmed Ali Abdul-Karim, the general director of financial affairs, Khaled al-Arasi, and the general director of legal affairs, Abdul-Raqeeb al-Hamzi
The joint work mechanism was discussed to organize the counting of the Capital Municipality and rearranging traffic lines in a way that contributes to reducing congestion and traffic congestion. The meeting dealt with the redistribution of means of transport in proportion to the traffic lines as well as the development of operational plans and the time period for that, which will be reflected in the development of urban transport

Discussing the activation of technical inspection centers [04/April /2021]

news-Image-2021-04-04-at-113621-PMA meeting was held today, which included the Chairman of the Commission, Mr. Waleed Abdullah Al-Wadaie, and the General Director of the Security Pension Fund, Brigadier Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Hashemi, to discuss the activation of the technical examination centers and the services that can be provided in this aspect and at the meeting, which was attended by Director General of Traffic Mujeeb Al-Rahman Al-Omari,
And the General Director of the Authority’s branch in the Capital Secretariat, Muhammad al-Shahari, the General Director of Ports and Branches, Ahmed Ali Abdul-Karim, and the Investment Director of the Security Pension Fund, Yahya Muhammad al-Mutawakel
Al-Wadaie stressed the importance of activating technical inspection centers and rehabilitating them optimal because of their role and importance in preserving human lives and means of transport, especially after the recurrence of traffic accidents, the cause of which is mostly technical defect.
For his part, Al-Hashemi, Director General of the Security Pension Fund, affirmed the fund’s cooperation with the Authority in this aspect and as required by the public interest
While Al-Omari, the Director General of Traffic, explained the importance of re-activating the technical inspection centers and the readiness of the General Traffic Department to fully cooperate with the Authority and the Fund in developing plans and programs that would conduct technical examination on various means of transport on a regular basis.

Transport sectors incur $ 7 billion in losses over 6 years of aggression: Ministry of Transport [29/March/2021]

WhatsApp-Image-2021-03-29-at-92402-PMThe Ministry of Transport on Monday said the total direct and indirect losses of the sea, air, and land transport sectors during the six years of the Saudi-led coalition war on Yemen amounted to more than seven billion dollar.

During a press conference held Monday in Sana'a, on the occasion of the passage of six years of the steadfastness against the Saudi-led coalition aggression, the Ministry confirmed that the civil aviation and meteorology sector had been subjected to unprecedented targeting in the region by the coalition, and its losses amounted to more than five billion dollars.

The deaths resulting from the closure of Sana'a International Airport were estimated at 80,000 deaths, while more than 450,000 patients urgently need to travel abroad to receive medical care and treatment, and the blockade exacerbates their suffering, according to the ministry.

The Ministry of Transport stated that the blockade had resulted in the absence of 120 types of medicines and medical solutions that were coming through the airports.

The statistics indicate that one out of every 10 patients dies on the road between Sana'a and Aden provinces or Sana'a and Sayoun city in Hadramout province, from those who have to travel by land to those airports.

The losses of the sea transport sector due to the direct targeting of the infrastructure of Yemen's ports, including cranes and bridge cranes, amounted to more than two billion dollars, while the ports were disrupted by 80 percent of their activities as a result of the coalition bombing, according to the ministry.

The ministry pointed out that the coalition deliberately targeted and destroyed 1,083 trucks and fuel tankers, 4,490 roads and bridges, and 7,229 various means of transport, referring that the losses of the Public Authority for Regulating Land Transport Affairs exceeded 208 million dollars.


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