Vice Admiral Abdullah Khamis Al Ra’eesi, Chief of Staff of the Sultan’s Armed Forces (SAF) received in his office at Al Murtafa’a Garrison Wdensday (photo) Major General Said Rashid Al Shehi, Commander of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Land Forces.
The two sides exchanged views on several military matters of common interest between the two countries, Oman News Agency (ONA) reported.
For his part, Major General Mattar Salim Al Balushi, Commander of the Royal Army of Oman (RAO) also received in his office at Al Murtafa’a Garrison Wednesday the visiting Commander of the UAE Land Forces.
The two sides exchanged views and discussed several military matters of common interest which serve the fields of cooperation between RAO and the UAE Land Forces.
The UAE Commander further visited the Maritime Security Centre (MSC). The guest was accompanied by Brigadier Humaid Abdullah Al Ma’amari, Head of Administration and Human Resources at the Royal Army of Oman Command.
Upon his arrival, he was greeted by the Acting Head of the MSC. The Emirati guest and members of the visiting delegation were briefed on the roles and tasks carried out by the centre in maintaining safety of the maritime environment. They also toured the centre’s facilities and viewed its latest equipment and technologies used in carrying out its national duties.
The Commander of the UAE Land Forces also visited the Sultan’s Armed Forces Museum at Bait Al Falaj Fort. The guest was accompanied by Brigadier Humaid Abdullah Al Ma’amari, Head of Administration and Human Resources at the Royal Army of Oman (RAO) Command.
The guest and members of the visiting delegation toured the museum and viewed its historical manuscripts and models. They were also briefed on the march of SAF’s development.
The Director of the Museum accompanied the guest and his delegation during their tour in various sections of the museum. They viewed the historic manuscripts and models.
At the conclusion of the visit, the members of the visiting delegation signed the visitor’s book, expressing their delight to view the rich military and civilized heritage of Oman, as well as its aspects of progress and growth.