2022-12-09 - الجمعة
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Royal Decree appoints Maaytah as PSD director

Royal Decree appoints Maaytah as PSD director
Nayrouz News Agency :
A Royal Decree has been issued, appointing Maj. Gen. Obaidallah Maaytah as Director of the Public Security Directorate (PSD) as of 11 September 2022.

In a letter to Maaytah, His Majesty King Abdullah commended his distinguished service throughout the years, expressing pride in all PSD personnel.

King Abdullah said Maaytah is required to further advance the merger of the gendarmerie and civil defense into the PSD, in order to ensure professionalism and specialization.

His Majesty emphasized the importance of intensifying efforts to combat drug trafficking and crime, as well as enhancing the civil defense's capacity to respond to emergencies and natural disasters.

In the letter, the King also urged the PSD to work to reduce traffic congestion and accidents by ensuring that laws and regulations are fully enforced and followed.
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