The British Minister of Middle East Affairs, James Cleverly, arrived in the Sultanate of Oman to discuss a number of regional issues, especially the war in Yemen.
The British Foreign Office said on its Twitter account that the Minister of Middle East Affairs James Cleverly met on Sunday in Muscat a number of officials in the Royal Office, as well as the Omani Foreign Minister Badr bin Hamad Al Busaidi.
Cleverly emphasized, “Oman is an important partner in promoting stability and security in the region.”
Cleverly added, “Today, he discussed with the Royal Office in Oman the UK’s support for the peace process in Yemen, and the need for Iran to return to commitment regarding its nuclear program.”
Meanwhile, the Oman News Agency reported that the discussions with the British Minister of State dealt with a number of existing areas of cooperation within the framework of the comprehensive agreement for solid friendship and bilateral cooperation between the two countries, as well as discussing a number of joint economic and investment programs and projects, in addition to cooperation in the field of public health and overcoming the effects of the Corona pandemic. .
She explained that within the framework of the regional and international levels, the talks touched on efforts to stop the war in Yemen, support the humanitarian aspects, the situation in Afghanistan and the Iranian nuclear file, and affirmed the two countries’ keenness to support and support all efforts aimed at deepening and strengthening the pillars of security, stability and peace.