Oman’s parliamentary delegation meets Sanjrani


Pakistan, Oman to explore new avenues in bilateral economic relations

Zubair Qureshi

Chairman of Omani Majlis Al-Shura Sheikh Khalid Bin Hilal Al Maawali on Wednesday emphasized the need for exploring new avenues of cooperation between Oman and Pakistan and to enhance bilateral economic cooperation. “Parliament is the best forum to facilitate such cooperation,” he said.
Sheikh Khalid expressed these views during a meeting with Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani. Sheikh Khalid Bin Hilal is heading a high-level parliamentary delegation to Pakistan. The heads of the parliamentary friendship groups can decide the future line of action for the cooperation not only to promote the Parliamentary linkages but to enhance the economic ties, further said the head of the Omani delegation. He said that Oman believes in resolution of all the disputes through dialogue. He said their stance on Kashmir issue and the resolution of United Nations Security Council are very clear about Kashmir.
He said that human violations in the Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) have no justification and must be condemned at all level.Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani in his remarks, said Pakistan and Oman enjoyed historic bilateral relations and are twined together through cultural, religious and social and both the countries have agreed to gear up the momentum for enhancing economic ties steered through Parliamentary diplomacy. He said there was a huge potential for cooperation in different sectors for mutual benefits of the people of both the countries. Sanjrani observed that both Pakistan and Oman were interacting with each other at different platforms and international forums. He hoped for more coordinated efforts to strengthen institutional cooperation at all levels.