Pankaj Saran, Indian Deputy National Security Adviser and his accompanying delegation visited the Maritime Security Centre (MSC) in the Sultanate of Oman.
The guest and his accompanying delegation were received at MSC by Rear Admiral Abdullah bin Khamis al-Ra’eesi, Commander of the Royal Navy of Oman (RNO).
During the visit, members of the Indian delegation were briefed on the tasks and roles of the centre in managing and leading operations of the maritime security in terms of maritime hazards, mainly search and rescue operations and protecting the marine environment from various risks.
They also viewed the modern devices and equipment used in supporting maritime security operations.
Meanwhile, Oman’s Minister of the Royal Office General Sultan bin Mohammed al-Nu’amani received in his office the visiting Indian Deputy National Security Adviser and his accompanying delegation.
The Indian official expressed his thanks and appreciations to General a-Nu’amani, stressing his country’s keenness on enhancing all frameworks of the existing cooperation between the Sultanate and the Republic of India.
The meeting exchanged cordial conversation and reviewed the march of the good historic relations binding the two friendly countries while touching on a number of matters of mutual concern.
The meeting was attended by the Indian Ambassador to the Sultanate.