Oman and China hold a session of political talks at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Muscat: The Sultanate and the People’s Republic of China are holding a political talks session at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in which they affirmed their support for enhancing investment and tourism exchange between the two friendly countries within the framework of the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative, in order to achieve mutual benefits.

In a statement ONA said: The two sides also welcomed the entry into a joint agreement between the two countries for the mutual exemption of entry visas between the citizens of the two friendly countries, and the cooperation agreement in the field of science and technology.

During the session, views were also exchanged on a number of regional and international issues of common interest, stressing the importance of resolving disputes peacefully and through dialogue between the various parties.

His Excellency Sayyid Badr bin Hamad Al Busaidi, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and His Excellency Wang Yi, State Counselor and Chinese Foreign Minister, unveiled the model of the memorial to the Chinese navigator Cheng He, which was agreed to be built in the city of Salalah as an expression of the symbolic significance of his visit to the Sultanate 600 years ago.

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