Sunday, 29 Mar 2020
H E Dr Mantheri receives Pakistani delegation

H E Dr Mantheri receives Pakistani delegation

He welcomed the delegation and underlined the aim of the committee to boost cooperation and relations among the State Council and the Senate of Pakistan in all fields.

As per a statement, higher prospective of the promising financial zones, as nicely as the strategic place of the two nations that facilitates the trade exchange among them, was also pointed out.

H E Dr Mantheri highlighted the significance of mutual visits among the two councils in strengthening parliamentary cooperation and referred to the go to of the president of the Senate to the sultanate final November, in the course of which a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed among the two councils.

He appreciated the function of the friendship committees among the two councils in exchanging experiences in the field of parliamentary function, which contributes to the improvement of mechanisms for optimum final results.

Senator Shahi expressed happiness relating to the go to to the sultanate, praised the improvement witnessed in all fields and the outstanding position it has accomplished globally via sincere efforts.

Senator Shahi stressed that the distinguished relations among Oman and Pakistan are deeply rooted in history, and underscored his country’s keenness to create these relations, expand cooperation and boost them in the industrial, educational, wellness and technological arenas to serve the interests of each nations.

Following the meeting, the delegation viewed a documentary film highlighting the evolution of the Shura march in the sultanate and the function of State Council in national action.

The meeting was attended by Dr Khalid bin Salem al Saidi, secretary basic of the State Council, Hon Eng Majid bin Said al Rawahi, head of the Friendship Committee, and Hon Mahfoodh Hamood Mohamed al Wahaibi, council member.

The Parliamentary Friendship Committee among the State Council and the Senate of Pakistan held a formal session of talks.

The Omani side was headed by Hon Eng Majid bin Said al Rawahi and the Pakistani side by Senator Shahi. Both sides reviewed varied elements of cooperation and stressed on the function of the committee in urging efforts to boost this cooperation in all fields.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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