MOCIIP Seizes products that uses Sultanate’s emblem and the Royal emblem without license

Muscat: The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion said that it had seized products using the emblem of the Sultanate of Oman and the Royal Emblem without a license.

In a statement MOCIIP said that it had noticed that some commercial establishments, companies and some accounts on social networking sites continued to use the official logo of the Sultanate of Oman (the dagger and the two swords) and the royal emblem (the crown, the dagger and the two swords) on various commercial products without obtaining a license from them.

The ministry indicated that the commercial use of the state emblem, the royal emblem, the Omani dagger, and the map of the Sultanate of Oman on various commercial products without obtaining the necessary approvals is a violation of the law.

The ministry has alerted all commercial establishments and companies wishing to use the state’s logo in their products or advertisements to submit their applications to the General Directorate of Trade in the ministry or to one of the ministry’s directorates and departments in the governorates, with attaching samples of those products or advertisements so that they can be studied and decided upon and then given the necessary approvals.

The ministry confirmed that it is continuing to implement its inspection campaigns to monitor the markets, and will take all necessary legal measures against violators to confiscate the materials and products subject of the violation in accordance with the laws and decisions regulating this.

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