DOHA, – The new Government services complex and Services Centre of the Ministry of Interior (MoI) was opened at Pearl, on Wednesday.

The complex was inaugurated by Brigadier Muhammad Ahmad Al Ateeq, Director General of the General Directorate of Passports, in the presence of directors of departments at the MoI and representatives of Ministries, Government bodies and United Development Company (UDC), the master developer of The Pearl-Qatar.

Several services like Passports and other seven Ministries will be available at the new complex.

Brigadier Muhammad Al Ateeq said, the new services centre was the 23rd centre, whereas other centres are located in different parts of the country, in order to facilitate the public to access MoI services from the nearest places for all.

All services of Passports will be available in the Pearl Services Centre. All staff in the new centre are trained well, to present the best services for clients, he added.

He pointed out that the centre will be open now only in the morning hours, from 7.00 am-1.00 pm, and the work in two shifts will be determined after assessment.

Ambassador Muhammad Abdullah Al Sobaie, Director of Consular Affairs Department, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that, the Pearl Government Services Centre was the 11th of its kind in the State. The centre will provide several services of the Ministry for citizens and residents, such as documents attestation and notarial certification.

The Director of the Services Complex Department at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs, Muslim Muhammad Al Rashidee, said, the new centre will provide services of seven ministries including MADLSA, Municipality and Environment, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Justice, Economy and Commerce, Education and Higher Education and Kahrama.

Source: NAM News Network