Canada’s Trudeau hails Sul­tan’s ef­forts

Muscat Daily - - SALUTE TO QABOOS -

Cana­dian Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau is­sued the fol­low­ing state­ment on the death of His Majesty Sul­tan Qa­boos bin Said:

‘Canada of­fers its deep­est sym­pa­thies and heart­felt con­do­lences to the peo­ple of Oman and the royal fam­ily at the news of Sul­tan Qa­boos’s pass­ing’.

‘Hav­ing been in power since 1970, Sul­tan Qa­boos was the long­est serv­ing leader in the Arab world. We recog­nise his ef­forts to mod­ernise Oman, in­clud­ing the build­ing of ex­ten­sive infrastruc­ture and the es­tab­lish­ment of the Omani rial, the na­tional cur­rency of Oman. We also ac­knowl­edge his stead­fast role as a me­di­a­tor in the re­gion, in­clud­ing his ef­forts to suc­cess­fully con­clude the Joint Com­pre­hen­sive Plan of Ac­tion be­tween Iran as well as the per­ma­nent members of the UN Se­cu­rity Coun­cil (China, France, Rus­sia, the United King­dom, and the United States) and Ger­many’.

‘The Sul­tan’s work will con­tinue to be felt both at home in Oman as well as through the wider re­gion’.

(ONA)

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