UAE Embassy in Muscat Marks National Day

Muscat, The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Muscat hosted a reception on the occasion of the 47th National Day at Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa, Al Bandar Hotel.

The ceremony included an opening speech by Mohammed bin Sultan al-Suwaidi, UAE Ambassador to the Sultanate during which he welcomed the guests and reviewed the UAE-Omani strong relations and the development march witnessed by the UAE.

The UAE Ambassador expressed his happiness on this occasion and affirmed that celebrations continue in a remarkable solidarity that emphasizes the unity of the two brotherly peoples and their common destiny. He wished the Sultanate permanent progress and prosperity.

Al-Suwaidi pointed out that the farsightedness of the wise leaderships in both countries of which pillars were established by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said and Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan, UAE President contributed to intensifying important discussions and talks between officials of the two countries to exchange views, culminating in signing many agreements in various spheres.

The UAE Ambassador to the Sultanate hailed the level of the bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries. He affirmed that such relations are based on principles of cooperation, mutual respect, and reached the level of strategic partnership in recent years.

The ceremony included a number of performances that showed the extent to which the strong relations binding the two brotherly countries. It also included a photo exhibition highlighting the UAE achievements during its development and progress march achieved during the past decades.

The ceremony was attended by senior officials, heads of the diplomatic missions accredited to the Sultanate and officials of the Foreign Ministry.

Source: Oman News Agency

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