After a halwa factory in Nakhal was found using plastic buckets during cooking the Omani delicacy, MoCI has reiterated that it is an illegal practice.
The event is being organised in partnership with renewable energy developers Hussam Technology Company and Symtech Solar MENA.
The Photographic Society of Oman (PSO) is celebrating Omani Women's Day for the eighth year in a row by holding a special exhibition.
The sultanate marked World Food Day under the auspices of Dr Hilal bin Ali al Hinai, secretary general of The Research Council (TRC).
The event will be held in association with Muscat Triathlon Club and Tri-ME Sporting Events.
The Slovak Deputy Prime Minister for Investment is accompanied by a delegation of more than 30 government officials and businesspersons.
The total number of guests until the end of August this year was 994,243 according to the data released by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI).
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