Thursday, 28 Jan 2021
The Council of Ministers on Tuesday issued a statement about the adverse climatic conditions that prevailed over the governorates of Dhofar and Al Wusta and prompt actions taken by the relevant authorities.

Council of Ministers hails efforts undertaken in the course of Mekunu

The statement study, “In implementation of the continuous focus of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said to all that may offer complete welfare for all folks of Oman and, in realisation of His Majesty the Sultan’s keenness to spare no work in preserving the security of citizens and their properties.

The Council of Ministers has reviewed, in its session right now, the method of government stick to-up of the influence of the current climatic modify that prevailed in the governorates of Dhofar and Al Wusta, with a view to bringing issues back to regular in the stricken places.

“The Council of Ministers would like to express its thanks and appreciation for the efforts of all cooperating parties and personnel, especially those of the Ministry of Defence, the Sultan’s Armed Forces, the Royal Guard of Oman, the Royal Oman Police, security apparatuses, the National Civil Defence Commission, the meteorological department and media departments, particularly the Public Authority for Radio and TV, for the great work done round-the-clock and the prompt action taken each and every moment, including guidance and public awareness about the nature and developments of the climatic condition – all with the prime aim of saving the lives of citizens and residents, and this has had a very positive effect.”

The press also has an undeniable part in covering this climatic situation, the statement stated.

“Indeed, all ministries and units concerned have played a significant part in tackling the adverse influence on some facilities, whilst at the identical time progressively resuming the operation of solutions. The governorates of Dhofar and Al Wusta sprang to action, and so did the private sector and Oman Charitable Organisation has exhibited a complete sense of duty whilst dealing with the developments and the aftermath of the climatic situation.

“The Council of Ministers would like to offer its condolences and heartfelt commiseration to the families of those who lost their lives as a result of the climatic conditions in the sultanate and neighbouring countries and prays for the safety of all.”

Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmood al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers, has expressed the government’s satisfaction and its deep recognition of the outstanding response of citizens, which, he stated, is testimony to their capability to collaborate in safeguarding the gains and achievements produced beneath the enlightened leadership of His Majesty the Sultan. “May the Almighty God grant him continuous success and support him with his divine care!”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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