The opening ceremony of the Romanian Embassy was also attended by H E Dr Madeeha bint Ahmed bin Nassir al Shaibaniyah, Minister of Education, officials from the Oman’s foreign ministry and officials from the Romanian side.
Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamoud al Busaidi, secretary basic in the Ministry of the Foreign Affairs mentioned that the opening of the embassy in Muscat is a outcome of the go to of the Romanian Prime Minister to the sultanate. He added that a bilateral agreement on mutual visa exemption for holders of official passports in between the two nations has also been signed.
He pointed out that the go to will be followed by mutual visits and activities connected to numerous sectors of frequent interest, particularly in the fields of cooperation, culture, trade, economy, tourism and education.
He added that the meetings will also be held in between businesspersons in each nations. The meetings are aimed at exchanging tips and building understanding on investment and industrial possibilities. Sayyid Badr additional mentioned that tourism as well is open to businesspersons and the private sector. He affirmed interest in cooperation and that the upcoming period would witness substantial activities inside the framework of the relations in between the two nations.
Information Source: Muscat Daily