Yesterday, the Ministry of Transport and the Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen (SDRPY) signed a memorandum of cooperation for developing the land, sea, and air transport domain in the Republic of Yemen and also develop roads in Yemeni cities.
In fact, this memorandum of cooperation was contracted by the Saudi Minister of Transport Saleh Bin Nasser Al-Jasser and SDRPY Supervisor General Ambassador Mohammed Bin Saeed Al-Jaber. The deal is actually part of SDRPY efforts for developing and backing civic services and vital sectors in Yemen.
On his part, Al-Jasser declared that the deal would help for reaching the livelihood and economic balance of Yemeni citizens and enhance the quality of life via projects and programs of infrastructure development.
He expressed his hope that the deal will achieve its wanted objectives by joining cities and governorates and developing the transport sector. He also acknowledged the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and HRH the Crown Prince for their backing for the development and reconstruction of Yemen.
Whereas, Ambassador A-Jaber declared that the memorandum of cooperation would enhance the country’s level of transport services that will positively influence other vital domains since the transport sector links cities and governorates and also links the country with the region and the world.
Moreover, he appreciated the productive cooperation with the Saudi Ministry of Transport that is in line with the leadership’s directives to aid the Yemeni government in the development and reconstruction of vital sectors to enhance infrastructure and services.
Thus, the memorandum of cooperation enhances the efforts of the Saudi authorities to strengthen and reconstruct Yemen. It will also contribute to improve transport professionals’ skills and give technical and consultative backing in the sector of road maintenance.