His Majesty the Sultan issues seven Royal Decrees

Muscat - 

His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said on Tuesday issued seven Royal Decrees as follows:

Royal Decree 30/2017  effects transfers and placements in the Diplomatic Corps.

Article 1  transfers the two ambassadors named below to the Diwan of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Sheikh Humaid bin Ali bin Sultan al Maani, Oman’s Ambassador to France, and Hamid bin Said bin Salim al Ibrahim, Oman’s Ambassador to Kuwait.

Article 2  appoints Sheikh Dr Ghazi bin Said bin Abdullah al Bahar al Rowas as Oman’s Ambassador to France.

Article 3  grants Dr Adnan bin Ahmed bin Abdullah al Ansari the title of Ambassador and appoints him as Oman’s Ambassador to Kuwait, and grants Sheikh al Abbas bin Ibrahim bin Hamad al Harthy the title of Ambassador and appoints him as Oman’s Ambassador to Malaysia.

Article 4  says that this Decree shall be published in the official gazette and enforced on its date of issue.

Royal Decree 31/2017  appoints a Secretary General at the Office of His Majesty the Sultan’s Advisor.

Article 1  appoints Dr Saleh bin Salim bin Hamoud al Rahbi, as Secretary General in the Office of His Majesty the Sultan’s Advisor, at the Special Grade.

 

Royal Decree 32/2017  declares the project of setting up of Dike G2 in Wadi Adai, Governorate of Muscat, as a public utility project.

Article 1  considers the project of setting up of Dike G2 in Wadi Adai, Governorate of Muscat, as specified in the memo and diagram attached to this Decree, as a public utility project.

Article 2  stipulates that the departments concerned may expropriate, through direct implementation, the properties and lands necessary for the aforementioned project, along with all the installations therein, in accordance with provisions of the Public Utility Expropriation Law promulgated by Royal Decree 64/78.

Article 3  says that this Decree shall be published in the official gazette and enforced on its date of issue.

Royal Decree 33/2017  issues the GCC Commercial Transactions Law after it had been presented before the Council of Oman (Majlis Oman).

Article 1  states that the provisions of the GCC Commercial Transactions Law (System), attached to this Decree, shall be applied.

Article 2  says that this Decree shall be published in the official gazette.

Royal Decree 34/2017  promulgates the Veterinarian Products Law after it had been presented before the Council of Oman (Majlis Oman).

Article 1  states that the provisions of the law attached to this Decree (Veterinarian Products Law) shall apply to veterinarian products.

Article 2  says that this Decree shall be published in the official gazette.

Royal Decree 35/2017  ratifies the amended protocol of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) after it had been presented before the Majlis A’Shura.

Article 1  ratifies the aforementioned protocol in accordance with the version attached to this Decree.

Article 2  instructs the departments concerned to deposit the above mentioned protocol’s ratification document in accordance with the protocol’s provisions.

Article 3  says that this Decree shall be published in the official gazette and enforced on its date of issue.

Royal Decree 36/2017  ratifies the amended World Trade Organization’s Marrakech Agreement after it had been presented before the Majlis A’Shura.

Article 1  ratifies the aforementioned protocol in accordance with the version attached to this Decree.

Article 2  instructs the departments concerned to deposit the above mentioned protocol’s ratification document in accordance with the protocol’s provisions.

Article 3  says that this Decree shall be published in the Official Gazette and enforced on its date of issue.

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