The UAE officially adopts a new system to record traffic violations electronically
The United Arab Emirates and members of the Gulf Cooperation Council announced the launch of the first phase of a project to electronically link traffic violations across the GCC.
Directives were also issued to establish a comprehensive Gulf plan to combat the dangers of drugs, which have become a major worry for Gulf and world society at all levels.
Approval of the unified tourist visa project
According to CNN, the Interior Ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries also approved the "Unified Tourist Visa" project across the six member states during the 40th meeting of the Gulf Interior Ministers in Muscat, the Omani capital.
According to the official Oman News Agency, "Their Highnesses and Excellencies approved the unified Gulf tourist visa project to help facilitate and streamline the movement of residents and tourists between GCC countries."
This move is likely to have a good impact on the economy and tourism."
The initial phase of the traffic violations linkage project has begun.
The Omani Agency further claimed that the six Gulf Cooperation Council countries' Council of Ministers officially declared the start of the first phase of the initiative to electronically link traffic breaches between GCC countries.
The Gulf Cooperation Council was established on May 25, 1981, following an agreement between the leaders of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the Sultanate of Oman, Qatar, and Kuwait.
During the Abu Dhabi summit, the six countries agreed on a cooperative formula to achieve coordination, integration, and interconnection in all domains.
It is worth noting that the United Arab Emirates enacts various regulations and legislation aimed at enhancing the lives of its people and visitors, and the Emirates' traffic, traffic, and driving laws are strict.