Minister of State at the Council of Ministers confirms the state's tendency towards electronic payment

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Minister of State at the Council of Ministers confirms the state's tendency towards electronic payment

Minister of State in the Council of Ministers, Um Salamah, confirmed the continuation of the state in reform in all institutions, pointing to the state's tendency towards electronic payment and benefiting from its positive advantages, especially safety and speed of transactions to contribute to increase production and productivity and the state's interest in the youth sector and its efforts to employ their potentials and aspirations in all fields. This came during a speech on Thursday, January 17, 2019 electronic payment workshop and legal solutions to the Council of Ministers, organized by the Sudanese Organization for Awareness of electronic crimes and drugs in the presence of a number of officials and leaders of media work in the country. For his part, Eng. Mohammed Abdul Rahim Yassin, director of the National Information Center, said that electronic payment is the cheapest and safest way for users, calling for activating the laws to eliminate negative phenomena in the sector. He also praised Dr. Omar Omrabi Director of e-banking services The Sudanese e-Crime Awareness Organization for its efforts in reducing cybercrime, especially drug crimes and digital transactions. A scientific paper was presented during the workshop aimed at raising awareness about the importance of electronic payment.