Prime Minister calls for the need of cooperation between ministries

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Prime Minister calls for the need of cooperation between ministries

The Prime Minister, Mr. Moataz Moussa, stressed that the ministries' agents are the spearhead in the civil service as the mainstay of the state, calling for the need for coordination and cooperation between the different ministries. This came during a meeting on Saturday 6 October 2018 at the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers with the Undersecretaries and Secretaries of the Ministries in the presence of Mr. Ahmed Saad Omar, Minister of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and Ministers of State in the Council of Ministers, Tariq Haj Ali and Mr. Um Salmi Mohamed Ismail. The Prime Minister pointed out that all achievements in the field of public and higher education, dams, roads, electricity, minerals and other development projects were only thanks to civil service cadres, which can not be underestimated, expressing in this regard his thanks and appreciation to the former agents and their efforts in developing executive performance Mr. Moataz Mousi said that the success of the agent in his work does not achieve aspirations, but self-rehabilitation and continuous and strengthen the capacity and knowledge of the knowledge and sciences related to the work of the ministry, and called on the agents to take up the laws and policies and develop the spirit of coordination And cooperation between ministries and the implementation of e-governance to gain time and effort, pointing to the importance of planning (hourly) and the introduction of a new spirit in the work based on the introduction of example and leadership and mobilization of workers to bring about the required change. Mr. Moataz Mousa urged the agents to elect a number of programs and objectives and to implement them in a sustainable manner that takes into consideration efficiency and effectiveness, pointing out that the real and final criterion is achieving the citizen's objective satisfaction with the services provided to him. The Prime Minister stressed the need for collective leadership within the ministries and attention to the training and rehabilitation of civil service employees during the inevitable courses adopted by the ministries with the relevant bodies.