Ambassadors’ shuffle in Oman

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3 December 2020

MUSCAT (WAF): Sultan Haitham bin Tariq issued a decree transferring and appointing new and current ambassadors to several countries.

According to Oman state TV, Sayyid Dr Ahmed bin Hilal al-Busaidi, Oman’s former ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia becomes the Sultanate’s ambassador to the United Arab Emirates. His Highness Sayyid Faisal bin Turki Al Said is appointed ambassador to Saudi Arabia, and as a permanent representative to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).

Abdullah bin Nasser al-Rahbi was appointed as ambassador to Egypt and a permanent representative to the Arab League, and Hilal bin Marhoon Al-Maamari to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Musa bin Hamdan al-Taie is named ambassador to the United States of America.

The decree also stipulated the appointment of Saleh bin Sulaiman al-Harthi, Oman’s ambassador to Kenya, to be a non-resident ambassador to Eritrea. Mubarak bin Salem al-Zakwani, Oman’s ambassador to South Africa, to be a non-resident ambassador to Madagascar. Ali bin Abdullah al-Mahrouqi, Oman’s ambassador to Tanzania, to be a non-resident ambassador to Seychelles. And Dr Mohammad bin Saeed al-Busaidi, the Sultanate’s ambassador to Japan, to be a non-resident ambassador to Australia.