The sultanate, represented by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture (MHC), participated in the two-day international conference on ‘The Silk Road: Current and Future Development’ in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan which concluded on Friday.
MHC was represented in the conference by Rahma bint Qasim al Farsiyah, director basic of museums.
The conference comes inside the framework of the interest that several nations have begun to show to the Silk Road program. Also, the sultanate is an active member of the Silk Road Project initiatives, in certain its good results in hosting the fourth meeting of the Unesco International Network for the Silk Road Platform. It has been invited to this conference as a single of the 5 nations supporting the Silk Road Digital Platform alongside China, Germany, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan.
In addition, the presence of the sultanate in this conference added to the significance represented by the Silk Roads in the history and heritage of Oman.
The conference brought with each other ministers, higher-level representatives and specialists from some 47 nations. The conference aimed at highlighting the significance of the Silk Road for sustainable improvement discussing the prospective of the Silk Road’s frequent heritage to market intercultural dialogue and international cooperation in today’s societies, offering a platform to exchange encounter, knowledge in attaining the 2030 agenda.
Information Source: Muscat Daily