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Posted On: 23 April 2020 09:48 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:22 pm

Transactions on Metrash2 exceed 2.3 million since the start of 2020

Sumaica Asad
Sumaica Asad
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The Ministry of Interior said that the number of Metrash2 users has exceeded 1 million so far, while the transactions completed since the beginning of the year 2020 reached more than 2.3 million transactions and the total inquiries about the services in Metrash2 exceeded 5 million inquiries.

The Ministry of Interior's services provided to the public, particularly those through the Metrash2 app, have been witnessing great turnout, as the Metrash2 app has various services provided by various departments of the ministry, in addition to its advantages in completing transactions in the shortest possible time without the need to visit service centers.

Assistant Director General of Information Systems at the Ministry of Interior Brigadier Abdulrahman Ali Al Farahid Al Malki said the number of services provided through the application reached more than 200 services for both the public and companies, noting that statistics showed that the most used services in 2020 were those including renewing vehicle licenses, registering national address, renewing residence permits, visa extension and paying traffic violation fines.

He added the new services in the application include replacing vehicle plates, writing off vehicles, reporting criminal complaints, adding newborns to the national address, and the list for travel notifications for citizens.

Services such as request for Police Clearance Certificate, reporting lost objects and national address registration can be completed through Metrash2 or the website of the Ministry of Interior, he said.

The Ministry of Interior invited all concerned individuals to subscribe to the Metrash2 app to access its services and transactions in order to save time and effort complying with the precautionary measures announced by the State to prevent the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Source: QNA