Wednesday, July 06
11:28 AM

Oman, Tanzania hold official talks


Muscat – His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik sent a written message to Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, regarding bilateral relations between the two friendly countries.

According to Oman News Agency (ONA), the message was delivered by Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamoud al Busaidi, Oman’s Foreign Minister when the Tanzanian President received him at the Presidential Palace in Zanzibar.

During the meeting, Sayyid Badr conveyed the greetings of His Majesty the Sultan to President Samia and his good wishes for her continued health and happiness, and for the friendly Tanzanian people’s progress and prosperity. For her part, the Tanzanian President asked Sayyid Badr to convey her sincere greetings and appreciation to His Majesty the Sultan and the Omani people for continued progress and prosperity.

The meeting dealt with emphasising the strength of the existing bilateral relations between the two friendly countries and the common interest in continuing cooperation in various fields that benefit the two friendly people. A number of regional and international developments of common interest were also discussed.

Sayyid Badr also held a session of consultations and talks with Liberata Mulamula, Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation of the United Republic of Tanzania. During the meeting, they reviewed the historical relations linking the two friendly countries and ways of developing bilateral cooperation, economic and investment partnership, and enhancing cultural and scientific exchange for broader and more comprehensive horizons.

The two sides also exchanged views on a number of regional and international issues of common interest, affirmed their support for dialogue and peaceful means in resolving issues and conflicts in order to stabilise and sustain international peace and security. The talks session was attended by the delegation accompanying Oman’s Foreign Minister and a number of officials from the Tanzanian side.

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