MOMRA

AcronymDefinition
MOMRAMinistry of Municipalities and Rural Affairs (Saudia Arabia)
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Saudi Arabia's state-held news agency, SPA, cited Momra official, Saudi Al-Thikri, saying that the system will cover services related to construction and maintenance.
Saeed Mubarak Al Rashdi, ADNOC Distribution's CEO, said: "We extend our thanks to MOMRA for issuing our license to operate in the Saudi Arabia.
This came during the first meeting which was held at the Ministry's HQ here today to discuss the mechanism for implementing the Cabinet's resolution to assign MOMRA the task of preparing a comprehensive program to improve the status of service centers and fuel stations on roads across the Kingdom's regions, which will be implemented within two years, extendable starting from next mid-September.
Center, MOMRA, said: "Working with VMware and Dell EMC, we now have a cloud
MOMRA is a government agency that aims to continuously enhance the quality of urban life, and safeguard the environment and natural resources across the Kingdom.
After inking the deal, both the partners also decided to launch a media campaign in collaboration with the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA) and Abdul Lateef Al-Fozan Mosque Architecture Association to highlight the importance of caring and preservation of these mosques.
The Conference in organized by SCTA in cooperation with the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA) in addition to The Research Centre for Islamic History, Art and Culture (IRCICA), a subsidiary of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has been granted a licence to own, operate, and manage service stations in Saudi Arabia by the country's Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA).
Deloitte is one of the sponsors of the first "Saudi Smart Cities Conference 2017" under the patronage of the Ministry of Municipal And Rural Affairs (MOMRA) in the Kingdom between the 16 th and 18 th of May 2017, thus reinforcing its commitment to supporting GCC governments in developing smart cities across the region.
SCTNH is working in cooperation with the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MoMRA) to rehabilitate city centers in the Kingdom to give them a new look with their historic identities by striking a unique balance between modernity and the rich cultural heritage.
"In Saudi Arabia, we're advising the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA) on waste management; we're helping individual municipalities to identify potential opportunities to enhance waste management and to consider options for the privatisation of waste disposal facilities.