Ambassador of Oman with Yaqoub Yusuf Aljouan.

Under the patronage of the Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman to Kuwait, H.E. Dr. Saleh Al-Kharousi, the Embassy of Oman, in cooperation with Reconnaissance Research, held the first discussion session with a group of companies and businessmen from the two countries. The discussion, along with a series of upcoming sessions, aims to assess commercial relations between Oman and Kuwait, and discuss ways to further develop them.

Following the meeting, Ambassador Al-Kharousi said: “I was pleased with the honorable attendees, as the meeting constituted a good opportunity for direct communication with elite businessmen from different sectors of the two brotherly countries, to raise the current rates of trade exchange.

We also thank Reconnaissance Research for cooperating with us to build a bridge of solid business relations, as we always seek to coordinate with effective, serious and competent entities. We believe in the importance of transparent and open discussions with both businesswomen and businessmen to obtain the best results and outputs.”

He added: “This meeting comes as part of a series of upcoming meetings, in coordination with Reconnaissance Research, which are aimed toward:

  • Discussing the advantages and investment opportunities in the Sultanate of Oman.
  • Listening to all the challenges facing businessmen.
  • Understanding their vision of the optimal form of legal frameworks that attract investments.
  • Discussing the most appropriate solutions to overcome challenges. “

The ambassador went on to state: “We are seeking to form a joint Omani-Kuwaiti team of experts in investment and legal prowess to provide integrated solutions with the aim of creating sustainable investment opportunities, and monitoring everything that might disturb the investment environment.

And among the projects discussed, for example, are those located in the Special Economic Zone at Duqm (SEZAD), which has an area of about 1,600 square kilometers, making it at the forefront of the economic regions in the Middle East in terms of size.

It is also characterized by a very important geographical location in terms of its views of the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. It is located on the shipping lines bound for East Asia, East Africa and the rest of the world.”

The meeting was attended by: Yaqoub Yusuf Aljouan, Tawfeeq Ahmad Sultan, Samir Abdulmohsen Algharaballi, Ali Abdulmohsen Al-Fulaij, Qais Abdullah Aljouan, Abdulla Abdulaziz Al-Qandi, Mohammed Al Sayegh, Mohammed Al Sharhan, Jamil Ali Sultan, Hussain Jawad Abdul Rasool, Nabil Al Maskati, Mohammad Tawfeeq Sultan, and Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Anjeri.

On the role of Reconnaissance Research, the founder and CEO of the Center, Abdulaziz Al-Anjeri, said:

“The center aims to work with all the friendly and brotherly countries, and His Excellency the Omani ambassador is keen to ensure that the current and upcoming meetings depart from the rigid framework of diplomatic protocol, and focus rather on a result-driven approach that is aimed towards diagnosing and suggesting what leads to greater commercial cooperation. At our center we also believe that transparency and honesty is a preemptive blow to calamities and a compass to better define our future paths, especially in matters of an intertwined political and commercial nature.”

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