Cuban President Receives OIA Chairman

Havana: President Dr. Miguel Diaz-Canel of the Republic of Cuba today received Abdulsalman Mohammed Al Murshidi, Chairman of Oman Investment Authority (OIA) in the Cuban capital city, Havana.

The reception came within the framework of the official visit paid by the OIA Chairman to Cuba. The OIA Chairman conveyed greetings and best wishes of His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik to President Diaz. His Majesty also wished the people of Cuba further progress and prosperity.

On his turn, the Cuban president expressed his heartfelt sentiments to His Majesty and the Omani people. He also wished the bilateral relations further development and growth. The meeting was attended by Sheikh Abdulaziz Abdullah Al Hinai, Ambassador-at-Large at the Foreign Ministry.

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