As­sad hails Sul­tanate’s wise po­lit­i­cal pol­icy

Oman Daily Observer - - IN­SID­EO­MAN -

Per­haps the most im­por­tant of th­ese events was when the world turned over on Iran dur­ing its war with Iraq in the 1980s. The Sul­tanate main­tained its re­la­tions with Tehran and th­ese re­la­tions con­tin­ued even af­ter the war ended. Not only that, but the Sul­tanate played a big role in cre­at­ing prox­im­ity be­tween the two war­ring states. Again, when the world fell out with Iraq in the be­gin­ning of the new mil­len­nium, the Sul­tanate did not cut off re­la­tions with Bagh­dad,” the pres­i­dent said.

“Sim­i­larly, the Sul­tanate hasn’t break off its re­la­tions with Syria dur­ing the past sev­enyear events de­spite the Arab, re­gional and in­ter­na­tional break-off with Syria. That is be­cause the Sul­tanate has a deep un­der­stand­ing to what is go­ing on in Syria and the di­men­sions of the in­ter­na­tional war which was im­posed on Syria. This wise stance stems from a stable ap­proach adopted by the Sul­tanate in its deal­ing with the po­lit­i­cal events.” Pres­i­dent Al As­sad said. He fur­ther stated, the Sul­tanate has made huge ef­forts ben­e­fit­ting from its strong re­la­tions with the re­gional par­ties in­volved in the Syr­ian cri­sis and we greatly ap­pre­ci­ate th­ese ef­forts.

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