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Oman-Brazil relations focus of discussions at HE.Dr.Yahya bin Mahfoudh Al-Manthri and HE.Eduardo Bolsonaro meeting 

08 Dec 2019

HE.Dr.Yahya bin Mahfoudh Al-Manthri, Chairman of the State Council, received today HE.Eduardo Bolsonaro, Chairman of the Committee on International Relations and National Defense, Chamber of Deputies of Brazil as part of his current official visit to the Sultanate.


The State Council Chairman welcomed the guest and the accompanying delegation at the beginning of the meeting and noted the relations between the Sultanate and Brazil, and its ongoing progression. 

He highlighted the keenness of the two countries to consolidate friendship between them and strive to enhance bilateral cooperation in various fields, noting in this regard the meetings of the Omani-Brazilian joint committee, and the agreements that have been concluded between the two countries, including: the mutual exemption from entry visas for holders of diplomatic, private, official and service passports and the memorandum of understanding, which is meant to encourage joint investment.

During the meeting, they reviewed ways of enhancing cooperation and friendship between the two countries, especially in the parliamentary areas. 

For his part, Eduardo Bolsonaro, expressed his pleasure about the visit to the Sultanate, regarding the visit as an important opportunity to review the progress of Brazilian-Omani relations and the future prospects for joint cooperation between the two friendly countries. 

He praised the Sultanate’s role and efforts to support regional stability and promote international peace and security. 

The guests watched a documentary film based on the Council that focused on its tasks and powers.

The meeting  was attended by HE.Dr.Khalid bin Salem Al-Saidi, Secretary-General of the State Council, State Council members- Hon.Noah bin Mohammed Al Busaidi and Hon. Mohammad  bin Yousuf Al-Zarafi, as well as José Marcos Nogueira Viana, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Brazil to the Sultanate, and the accompanying delegation of the guest.

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