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H E Mantheri discusses ways to augment cooperation with UK

H E Mantheri discusses ways to augment cooperation with UK

Muscat – 

H E Dr Yahya bin Mahfoudh al Mantheri, Chairman of the State Council and Lord Peter Norman Fowler, Speaker of the British House of Lords, on Tuesday discussed ways to strengthen Omani-British relations and expand cooperation, specifically in the parliamentary field.

During the talks at the House of Lords, Lord Fowler stressed that the go to of the State Council chairman and his delegation would contribute to opening up new horizons of cooperation in numerous locations major to mutual advantages.

Lord Fowler praised the sultanate’s efforts – led by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said – in preserving stability in the area as nicely as contributing successfully to international peace.

 

H E Dr Mantheri described the Omani-British relations as historic and rooted, and underlined the steady development in all fields. He noted the value of reciprocal visits in advertising cooperation among the State Council and the House of Lords and raising relationships to new levels.

He pointed out in this regard the go to produced by the delegation of the House of Lords to the sultanate final February.

H E Dr Mantheri and his entourage participated in a panel discussion with a quantity of members of the House of Lords and the British House of Commons, throughout which he reviewed ways to create cooperation among the sultanate and the UK in all locations with concentrate on parliamentary elements.

The delegation of members contain Hon Sayyid Dr Said Sultan Hamood al Busaidi, Hon Eng Naashiah Saud Mohamed al Kharoosi, Hon Yahya Rasheed Rashid al Juma’a and Hon Saleh al Zakwani.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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