Saudi Arabia’s King Salman invites Oman’s Sultan Haitham bin Tariq to GCC summit

The invitation to attend the 41st GCC Summit was delivered to Fahd bin Mahmoud Al-Said, deputy prime minister for the cabinet, from GCC Secretary-General Nayef Al-Hajraf in Muscat. (ONA)
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The invitation to attend the 41st GCC Summit was delivered to Fahd bin Mahmoud Al-Said, deputy prime minister for the cabinet, from GCC Secretary-General Nayef Al-Hajraf in Muscat. (ONA)
The invitation to attend the 41st GCC Summit was delivered to Fahd bin Mahmoud Al-Said, deputy prime minister for the cabinet, from GCC Secretary-General Nayef Al-Hajraf in Muscat. (ONA)
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The invitation to attend the 41st GCC Summit was delivered to Fahd bin Mahmoud Al-Said, deputy prime minister for the cabinet, from GCC Secretary-General Nayef Al-Hajraf in Muscat. (ONA)
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Updated 29 December 2020

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman invites Oman’s Sultan Haitham bin Tariq to GCC summit

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman invites Oman’s Sultan Haitham bin Tariq to GCC summit
  • The 41st GCC Summit will be held in Riyadh on Jan. 5

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman sent a letter to Oman’s Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, which included an invitation to participate in the 41st session of the Supreme Council of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the Saudi Press Agency reported on Tuesday.
The summit will be held in the Saudi capital of Riyadh on Jan. 5 and will be presided by Bahrain this year.
The letter was received in Muscat by Fahd bin Mahmoud Al-Said, deputy prime minister for the cabinet, from GCC Secretary-General Nayef Al-Hajraf.
During the meeting, they reviewed the bloc’s endeavors and the achievements made by member states in the last four decades, especially in the social, economic and commercial fields.
Al-Hajraf expressed his sincere thanks to the sultan for his “complete keenness to continue efforts to strengthen the Gulf region and push the GCC to broader horizons,” recalling the efforts of Sultan Qaboos bin Said, former ruler of Oman, in establishing and maintaining the viability of the bloc’s system.