Iran and Oman have signed 12 cooperation documents and memorandums of understanding for the expansion of bilateral cooperation in various fields, as Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi visits the Persian Gulf sultanate.
The documents were signed in Muscat on Monday by the two countries’ ministers and high-ranking officials in such fields as energy, politics, transportation, diplomacy, economy, tourism, sports and the environment.
The signing ceremony took place in the presence of Iran’s President Raisi and Oman’s Sultan Haitham bin Tariq Al Said.
The Iranian president, who arrived in Muscat on a key visit earlier in the day, was officially welcomed by Oman’s Sultan at the Al Alam Palace.
During the official welcoming ceremony, national anthems of the two countries were played and President Raisi and Sultan Al Said reviewed the guard of honor.
A 21-gun salvo was performed in the honor of the Iranian president and the high-ranking delegation accompanying him.
The high-ranking delegations representing the two countries were planned to meeting before the meeting between the two countries’ heads of state.