Omanis are happy with the new government

From the visit of the new Minister of Higher Education to the Unified Admission Center
From the visit of the new Minister of Higher Education to the Unified Admission Center

Muscat: The Omani welcomed yesterday the changes made by His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik – may God protect him – in the state administration and the almost comprehensive change in the composition of the Council of Ministers in an indicator that reflects the aspiration of Omanis to a new stage of productive national work and the dedication of the competency approach.

It was revealed by the biographies of the officials included in the royal decrees. Citizens described on social media the new government with a young government, efficiency and responsibility, and called on the new officials to be honest and sincere in work and to present results after they had the high confidence.

A number of ministers took the initiative to thank the citizens, who congratulated them on the sublime mandate, pledging to God Almighty for their work, dedication and sincerity in order to achieve His Majesty the Sultan’s future vision and the advancement of the country for a better future.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, His Excellency Mr. Badr bin Hamad Al Busaidi, who became the first minister to carry this name, expressed in his first tweet on his official Twitter account, which Al-Shabiba monitored after his appointment as Minister of Foreign Affairs, saying: Thanks and appreciation to everyone who preferred and expressed kind and generous congratulations for my honor in gaining the royal confidence The High Commissioner appoints me as Minister of Foreign Affairs, asking God the Most Gracious to help and redeem in the service of Oman, and His Majesty the Great, may God preserve him.

”As for the Minister of Housing and Urban Planning, Khalfan Al-Shuaili, in his first speech after his appointment as Minister, said:“ The highest verses of gratitude and gratitude I am honored to raise them to the High Commissioner of Mawlai. His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq – may God protect him and take care of him – for his high and generous confidence. Hoping from God Almighty the maturity and payment to carry this trust and fulfill its duties Realizing the lofty vision for the good of Oman and its people. ”

The Minister of Labor His Excellency Dr. Muhaid bin Saeed Baouin said after his appointment as a minister by a royal decree on his personal account on Twitter, “We thank God Almighty for the high confidence of our Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, may God protect him, and we ask God for success to serve Oman, its Sultan and its people in the most complete and best way. A lot of serious “work” is ahead of us, and, God willing, we will work on integration with everyone to serve and elevate this nation.

His Excellency Laila Al-Najjar, Minister of Social Development, raised the highest verses of gratitude and gratitude to the high position of His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq Al Said – may God protect him – High confidence in her. Al-Najjar wrote through her official account on Twitter: “I extend the highest verses of gratitude and gratitude to His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik Al Said – may God protect him and protect him – for his sublime confidence in me, and from this place we pledge to God sincerely in assigning us this service to Oman Dear, may God protect Oman and His Majesty the Sultan. ”

The Minister of Trade, Industry and Investment Promotion, His Excellency Qais bin Muhammad Al-Youssef wrote on his Twitter page in a tweet monitored by “Al-Shabiba”: I present to my Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik, the greatest – may God preserve and protect him – with the utmost thanks and gratitude for the high confidence, asking God Almighty I am honored to be in good faith and as responsible. And to work to achieve Oman’s Vision 2040 as desired by His Majesty the Sultan. I thank you with great appreciation for your noble feelings for the high and generous confidence, and I hope for your support and invitations. Asking the Almighty to help to perform the trust and fulfill the duty in the manner that he loves and is pleased with the service of the beloved leader – may God be glorified, and the service of the generous sons of Oman – may God preserve Amman, proud and proud.

Yesterday, a number of ministers began to inspect some units in their ministries and see the progress of work, as well as meet with employees, and the responsible authorities began to remove the plates on some government entities that were merged and canceled according to the royal decrees.

In addition, a number of ministers who left the government took the initiative to bid farewell to their colleagues and employees through published letters expressing their thanks to the employees and their cooperation during the years of work.

The farewell letter from Darwish bin Ismail Al Balushi – the former minister responsible for financial affairs – the Ministry of Finance, in which he wrote, “To all colleagues and dear officials and employees of the Ministry of Finance ..” I am leaving the Ministry of Finance today after a long work process whose case was with you and you and those who preceded you from Honorable colleagues in the halls and corners of the ministry, during which we shared moments of joy with what has been achieved and moments of distress in front of work challenges and conditions, which have always required you to sacrifice time and effort ..

There is no doubt that these moments, with all their connotations and contents, will remain among the most cherished of the memories of all the stations that went on. Through it, my experience of the position came to an end today, “Praise be to God is the end of praise … and thanks be to God before and after.” The government change was the focus of the attention of the Gulf and Arab media, which dealt with the royal decrees, including the restructuring of the state’s administrative apparatus and the restructuring of the Council of Ministers.

And based on the decrees issued by His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq  – may God preserve him, which consisted in merging, canceling and amending the names of some governmental institutions, councils and bodies, many ministries, agencies and government entities have been canceled and merged, which are the Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources, the Public Authority for Privatization and Partnership, and the General Authority for Craft Industries.

The Council of Financial Affairs and Energy Resources, the Education Council, the Scientific Research Council, its General Secretariat, the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises Development, the Rafd Fund, the General Authority for Stores and Food Reserve, the Supreme Council for Planning, its General Secretariat, the Public Authority for Radio and Television, the Oman Corporation for Press, Publication and Advertising, the Media Training Center and the Government Services Communication Center in the General Secretariat of the Council Ministers, the Public Authority for Mining and the Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Export Development.

The Competition Protection Center for Prevention of Monopoly, Implementation Support and Follow-up Unit, Ministry of Sports Affairs, Ministry of Arts Affairs, National Youth Committee, Civil Service Council, Ministry of Public Forces, Ministry of Civil Service, National Training Fund, National Employment Center, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Technology and Communications,

Ministry of Tourism, Muscat Municipality, Sohar Municipality

source:shabiba

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