Officially linking traffic violations electronically between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries

A decision was officially issued hours ago to approve linking traffic violations electronically between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries for citizens and expatriates, in the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and the Sultanate of Oman.

Connecting the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council electronically and officially so that traffic violations can be shared.

In the past few hours, an official decision was made to permit the connection of electronic traffic infractions across the nations that are part of the Gulf Cooperation Council for both nationals and expats in the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Qatar, as well as the Sultanate of Oman.

Announcing a project to electronically link traffic violations between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries

A initiative to electronically link traffic offenses between nations that are members of the Gulf Cooperation Council was announced today, Initiating a project to electronically link traffic violations amongst GCC countries and directing the drafting of an all-encompassing Gulf strategy to combat drug use are two of the initiatives that are being undertaken as part of this meeting.

The importance of the project to electronically link traffic violations between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries

The significance of the initiative to electronically link traffic offenses committed in nations that are members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Jassim Al-Budaiwi emphasized the importance of the project that aims to link electronic records of traffic offenses between the nations that make up the GCC. This project is believed to be one of the initiatives that will contribute to the achievement of certain traffic safety goals. Citizens of all GCC countries will benefit from the new system because it will standardize the provision of a wide range of traffic-related services. According to the Secretary-General, the GCC countries have become what they are today because of God and because of the leadership of their leaders. The countries that make up the GCC are models for other nations due to the amount of success and prosperity they have achieved on all fronts, as well as the regional and worldwide standing they have attained in the realm of development, in particular the development of the citizens of the Gulf. In order for the GCC countries to achieve these accomplishments and to continue to achieve one success after another, it is necessary to achieve a high level of national security, to ensure monitoring and to deter anything that might impede this good and blessed march that the Gulf countries have achieved in record time and which has been witnessed by people from a wide range of locations.

The 40th meeting of the Interior Ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries

This was the 40th conference of the Interior Ministers of the nations that make up the Gulf Cooperation Council, The award ceremony for the Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Award for Security Research for the year 2022-2023 took place during the 40th meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council. The award ceremony was attended by the interior ministers of the countries that are members of the GCC. The topic of the award was artificial intelligence and its applications in the security field in the GCC countries. During the conference, approval was given for a unified tourist visa that will be accepted by all GCC countries, and a scheme to electronically link traffic offenses was approved for implementation.

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