Jordan's Interior minister approves ministry’s strategic plan for 2021-2023

The plan would contribute to achieving national security and development by improving the ministry’s services

  
A general view of the skyline as seen from Jordan's first "Air Taxi", in Amman, Jordan, January 4, 2019. Image used for illustrative purpose.

A general view of the skyline as seen from Jordan's first "Air Taxi", in Amman, Jordan, January 4, 2019. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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AMMAN - Interior Minister Samir Mubaidin has approved the ministry’s strategic plan for the 2021-2023, which was prepared in accordance with the participative strategic planning approach among all stakeholders.

Mubaidin said that the plan was prepared with a “comprehensive and studied vision”, and included institutional goals, programmes and future projects that will be monitored and evaluated periodically through clear performance indicators, within a specific time frame over the next three years, according to a ministry statement cited by the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

The minister said that the plan would contribute to achieving national security and development by improving the ministry’s services, raising the efficiency of its employees, and facilitating participatory practices, good governance, integrity, transparency and the rule of law.

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