Times of Oman
Sayyid Fahd receives Swiss National Council President
October 8, 2017 | 8:43 PM
by ONA
His Highness Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers yesterday received Jürg Stahl, Swiss National Council President. -ONA
 
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Muscat: On behalf of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, His Highness Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers yesterday received Jürg Stahl, Swiss National Council President and his accompanying delegation who conveyed the greetings of the leadership in the Swiss Confederation to HM the Sultan and wishes of success to the government and the Omani people further progress and prosperity.

At the beginning of the meeting, Sayyid Fahd reviewed the growing relations between the two countries and the keenness to promote such relations. He hailed the existing cooperation between the two countries in many fields and the mutual desire to enhance such cooperation. Sayyid Fahd also praised the role played by Majlis Al Shura in supporting the development efforts in the Sultanate.

On his part, Jürg Stahl, Swiss National Council President expressed his country's great appreciation of the success made by the Sultanate in its comprehensive development march and in building the institutional state and the rule of law. He also praised the Sultanate's positive efforts towards a number of regional and international issues.

He also pointed out to his meetings with the Chairman of Majlis Al Shura and officials and the outcomes of such meetings with relation to enhancing bilateral cooperation in economic fields, sharing of experiences, and consultations on issues of mutual concern.



Sayyid Fahd requested the guest to convey the greetings of HM the Sultan to Swiss leadership and HM the Sultan's wishes of further progress and prosperity for the government and people of Switzerland.

The meeting was attended by Khalid bin Hilal Al Maawali, Chairman of Majlis Al Shura, Mohammed Abu Bark Al Ghassani, Deputy Chairman of Majlis Al Shura and the guest's accompanying delegation.

Muscat: Dr. Yahya bin Mahfoudh Al Mantheri, Chairman of the State Council received yesterday Jürg Stahl, Switzerland National Council President and his accompanying delegation currently visiting the Sultanate.

They reviewed bilateral cooperation in different fields and methods to support it, especially in parliamentary aspects.

Switzerland National Council President said that he is looking forward for more progress in the relations between the two countries to enhance cooperation and urged for more progress.

He stressed his country’s keenness to develop relations with the Sultanate and expand them to include all fields that serve the interests of the two countries. The delegation viewed a documentary on the State Council, the progress of Shura process in the Sultanate and the contributions of the State Council to national work and enhancing the institutional state.

The meeting was attended by Dr. Sheikh Al Khattab bin Ghalib Al Hinaie, Deputy Chairman of the State Council, Salim bin Ismail Suwaid, member of the State Council, Eng. Mohammed Abu Bakr Al Ghassani, Deputy Chairman of Majlis A’Shura, Dr. Khalid bin Salim Al Saeedi, Secretary General of the State Council and the accompanying delegation.

Mantheri meets Swiss official

Dr. Yahya bin Mahfoudh Al Mantheri, Chairman of the State Council received yesterday Jürg Stahl, Switzerland National Council President and his accompanying delegation currently visiting the Sultanate.

They reviewed bilateral cooperation in different fields and methods to support it, especially in parliamentary aspects.

Switzerland National Council President said that he is looking forward for more progress in the relations between the two countries to enhance cooperation and urged for more progress.

He stressed his country’s keenness to develop relations with the Sultanate and expand them to include all fields that serve the interests of the two countries.

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