H E Jabri stated that the summit offered a superb alternative for Indian firms to discover funding alternatives within the sultanate.
He hoped that the approaching interval will witness financial partnerships between the 2 sides, significantly with firms working within the western Indian state of Gujarat. The sultanate’s delegation was led by H E Jabri.
The delegation included numerous stakeholders from the private and non-private sectors together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, SEZAD, the State General Reserve Fund, Oman Oil Company, Duqm Port, Duqm Quarries Company, Duqm Oman Housing Company, Khimji Ramdas, and Oman Porcelain Company. Nitin Patel, Deputy Chief Minister of the state of Gujarat on Sunday met with H E Jabri and his accompanying delegation.
During the assembly, they confused the significance of the financial relations between the sultanate and India and the efforts of the 2 international locations to develop them to serve the frequent aims.
H E Jabri mentioned the activation of the memorandum of understanding signed by Oman Company for the Development of Special Economic Zone at Duqm (Tatweer) in 2017 with Adani Company for Ports and Economic Zones.
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd, the biggest port firm in India, manages Mundra Port, India’s largest container terminal with 24 berths.
Information Source: Muscat Daily