Oman Embassy in Washington Celebrates 53rd National Day

Washington: Ambassador Musa bin Hamdan Al Tai, the Sultanate of Oman’s accredited ambassador to the United States of America, held a reception on the occasion of the glorious 53rd National Day.

The Ambassador delivered a speech in which he touched on the process of renewed renaissance witnessed by the Sultanate of Oman under the leadership of His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik, pointing to the Omani achievements and gains that place it in the ranks of developed countries.

His Excellency praised the historical and strategic relations between the Sultanate of Oman and the United States of America, and the existing cooperation between the two countries in various fields, stressing the embassy’s endeavor to enhance trade cooperation and benefit from the free trade agreement between the two friendly countries.

His Excellency also touched on the necessity of a ceasefire in Gaza and ending violence and injustice against the Palestinian people, stressing the importance of resorting to international legitimate resolutions and international humanitarian law, and the right of the Palestinian people to establish their independent state on the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital.

For his part, Timothy Lenderking, the US special envoy to Yemen, delivered a speech in which he praised the pioneering Omani role in establishing security and stability in Yemen and the Middle East region, pointing to the growth of Omani-American relations and the doubling of the value of trade exchange between the two countries.

The ceremony program also included a visual presentation about the Sultanate of Oman and its development aspects in various fields.

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