SHARJAH, 17th July, 2018 (WAM) — H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Salem bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Deputy Chairman of the Executive Council, chaired a meeting of the council on Tuesday, at the Ruler’s Office in Sharjah.
Following the ratification of the minutes of the previous session, the Sharjah Executive Council, SEC, reviewed a number of issues on its agenda concerning the emirate’s various affairs. It issued a number of resolutions that would achieve the vision of Sharjah in providing the best services to Emirati citizens and residents in the various cities and regions of the emirate.
During the meeting, the council reviewed the report of the Higher Human Resources Committee.
Dr. Tariq Sultan bin Khadem, Member of the Sharjah Executive Council and Chairman of the Human Resources Department, stressed that all the decisions that were adopted translate the generous directives of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, in providing appropriate working environments in local departments and institutions.
The report stated that the committee held 27 meetings during the first half of 2018, and several cases were reviewed. The council praised the committee’s efforts in following-up on all the topics focused on employees’ career development.
The council also reviewed the projects of the Sharjah Directorate of Town Planning and Survey, SDTPS, including the engineering project for the new areas.
Khalid bin Butti Al Muhairi, Director of the SDTPS, briefed the attendees on all phases of the project and submitted a number of recommendations that will provide the best services to UAE citizens and residents of Sharjah.
The council adopted the SDTPS’s recommendations, commending its continuing efforts to work on strategic projects that serve various residential areas, contributing to the achievement of family stability.
The council also approved the addition of the transport vehicles and tow trucks to the Vehicle Tracking System in Sharjah. This aims to prevent and combat vehicle thefts, increase drivers’ security awareness, and limit the smuggling of stolen vehicles abroad.