Members of the delegation had been greeted upon their arrival by the State Council members, Sheikh Nasser bin Saeed al Haddabi, Nasser Rashid Hamed al Bahri, Dr Wafa Salim Ali al Harrasy and the assistant secretary common for Media and Public Relations of the council, stated a press release.
At the outset of the meeting, Sheikh Haddabi stressed the powerful relations among the sultanate and India, and the continuous improvement and promising future prospects for strengthening these relations. He pointed out the significance of such visits in ascertaining the evolution of the Shura procedure in the sultanate, in addition to contributing to enhancing bilateral cooperation among the two friendly nations in all fields.
On his component, Maj Gen Singh expressed deepest thanks and appreciation to the council members for their warm hospitality and added that they contemplate the go to as really crucial for existing and future relations.
The delegation praised the complete improvement of the sultanate below the sensible leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said and prayed for his great well being and happiness and additional progress and prosperity of the sultanate.
As component of the go to, the delegation toured the council’s premises and viewed a documentary featuring the State Council, which detailed the functions and powers of the council, the tasks and responsibilities entrusted to it, organisational structure of the council and its main organs.
It also defined the profile of the Council of Oman, its part and significance in governance. The documentary touched on the particular provisions of the Basic Statute, which specifies the quantity of membership, mechanism for appointment, terms of membership, and the variations among the membership and part of the State Council and the Majlis A’Shura. Also, it highlighted the provisions of the State Council as per the stipulations of the Basic Statute.
Information Source: Muscat Daily