Bridging Ties: Sultan Of Oman Set To Visit Egypt On May 21

To bolster ties between Oman and Egypt, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi invited the Sultan of Oman to Egypt for a two-day visit that will begin on May 21. During the visit, the leaders of the two countries will discuss important matters including ways to boost cooperation between Egypt and Oman so that both countries can fulfill their desired joint goals. They will also debate the latest developments that occurred both locally and regionally across the Middle East.

According to Oman’s Royal Court, the upcoming visit “comes in extension of the historical relations binding the Sultanate of Oman and the brotherly Arab Republic of Egypt and in affirmation of the keenness of the two countries’ leaderships in enhancing the firm bonds between them.”

The two countries already have strong ties which they make sure to solidify during these visits. Early last year, Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi dropped Oman a visit. It was considered his second visit to the country and his first-ever meeting with Sultan Haitham bin Tarik. During which the Sultan extended his appreciation for Egypt’s support of Oman as well as the contribution of the Egyptian ex-pat community in the development of the Gulf country.

Beyond Oman and Egypt, for some time now, several Arab countries bolstered or re-established ties especially the very recent return of Syria to the Arab League as well as Saudi Arabia’s recent ceasefire talks with Yemen. .

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