Delegated by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Salim al Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications, left for Singapore to represent the sultanate in the 1st World Congress on Maritime Heritage (WCMH), scheduled to be held from March 13 to 15.
The congress aims at highlighting the value of planet maritime heritage and maritime routes, as nicely as the planet endeavours to market cooperation amongst nations to make certain sustainable future for far better understanding the joint maritime heritage.
It will bring with each other a diverse worldwide array of maritime stakeholders, and offer a special chance for all to type new partnerships towards attaining a typical objective, securing a sustainable future by means of far better understanding of our typical maritime heritage. According to the organisers, the congress will chart new ground and produce a string of tangible and intangible advantages that flow from this very first-ever gathering. The congress will market the interests and worth of maritime industries, improve the interest, visits, and interests of maritime museums, historic locations, and heritage organisations and outcome in new cross-sector relationships and partnerships.
It will also serve as a car for international organisations to far better connect communities by demonstrating their historic maritime relationships and illustrate how far better understanding our previous by means of the lens of maritime heritage will assist the planet far better navigate the future.
Information Source: Muscat Daily