October 17, 2021

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Al Kylie removes the star of the painting "5 stars" in "Sharjah Traffic"

Al Kylie removes the star of the painting “5 stars” in “Sharjah Traffic”

Sharjah: “Gulf”

Maj. Gen. Khalifa Hareb al-Kaili, Undersecretary of the Interior Ministry, has released a five-star rating plate for the Transport and Licensing Services Center at the Sharjah Police General Command to achieve a five-star rating within the Global Star Rating Plan.

He was received by Major General Staff Khalifa Hareb Al Kayli, Sharjah Police Commander-in-Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Brigadier Abdullah Mubarak bin Amar, Deputy Commander Brigadier Nasser Kadam Al Kabi and the Director General. Pleasure in the Ministry of Interior, Brigadier Ahmed Haji Al Circle, Director of Police Operations. Colonel Mohammad Abdullah Alai, Director of the Center for Transport and Licensing Services, Lieutenant Colonel Khalid Mohammad Al-Qi, Deputy Director of the Center for Transport and Licensing Services and several other senior commanding officers.

Maj. Gen. Khalifa Al Kaili congratulated the workers of the Center for this achievement, which is the result of their efforts in implementing the standards of the Government’s Outstanding Performance System to achieve the objectives of the Ministry’s Strategic Plan in enhancing customer satisfaction.

Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Abdullah Alai, Director, Center for Transport Services and Driving Licensing, gave a full presentation to the Deputy Secretary of Services at the Center on the provision of services other than workflow mechanism and smart change.

Maj. Gen. Saeed Al-Sari Al-Shamsi expressed his heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for the Deputy Secretary’s interest and the efforts made to improve customer service at the level of the Chief of Police and Ministries and their relentless efforts. Achieve the best standards for excellence in government performance by the Emirates program and reach the seven-star category in response to aspirations and aspirations.

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