Thank you, Yusuf bin Alawi most popular trends on Twitter after stepped down as the Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs

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Muscat: After nearly 50 years in the political and diplomatic corps and foreign affairs, and after 23 years as a minister responsible for foreign affairs, His Excellency Yusef bin Alawi bin Abdullah, stepped down

Bin Alawi was born in 1945 in Salalah, and completed his studies in the State of Kuwait, then moving as an employee in a number of Kuwaiti government companies and departments, and in 1970 His Majesty the late Sultan Qaboos bin Said bin Taymour – may God rest his soul – invited him to return to the homeland to contribute to building its renaissance.

He began his work in the beginnings of the Renaissance as a member of the Omani Committee for Goodwill delegated to Arab capitals in the year 1971 AD, and after two years, that is, in 1973 AD, he became the Sultanate’s ambassador to the Lebanese Republic, and in the year 1974, he was appointed Deputy Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In 1982, he was appointed Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, and in 1997 he changed to Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs.

Observers of  Yusuf bin Alawi, who used to transmit Omani politics with complete neutrality to document the Omani foreign relations, finds that he followed the wise policy of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos – may God rest his soul – who has always emphasized our Arabness as part of the Arab nation, and that Omani policy stems from the standpoint of its supreme interest, focusing on basic policies and constants And I aspire to what the late Sultan wanted to link Oman with countries with friendly relations, which he described in one of his interviews that the Sultanate’s permanent policy is peace and peace with all nations that share peace, ideas of peace, and the ideology of peace.

It is noteworthy that His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq , may God preserve and protect him, issued today a Royal Decree No. (111/2020) deciding to form the Council of Ministers

After the new ministerial formation was published, the hashtag (# Thank You_Youssef_Ben_Alawi) topped the list of the most popular (trends) on Twitter in the Sultanate, in a kind gesture from the site’s visitors to the former Minister Yusuf bin Alawi.

In the following lines, “Vision” monitors a number of tweets that were published through this hashtag:

source: atheer.om

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