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Oman celebrates its 51st National Day


Muscat, 18 November 2021 (TDI): Today, November 18, 2021, is Oman National Day. This is a commemoration day to mark the late Sultan Qaboos Bin Said’s birthday. The fact that there are fewer COVID-19 instances this year adds to the appeal for residents and people to celebrate. The effective vaccination drive, which has seen over 80% of the population receive their injections, adds to the allure.

Details on the 51st National Day of Oman

Vehicles will not be permitted to be parked on the roadside between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., according to the Royal Oman Police. From the Al Baraka Palace Roundabout to the Al Mustafa camp’s Military Parade Field. A military parade took place at the Al Mustafa Campgrounds.

Units from the Royal Army, Royal Air Force, and Royal Navy of Oman will take part in the parade. Members of the Royal Guard of Oman, the Sultan’s Special Force, the Royal Oman Police, and the Royal Court Affairs were also there. Oman’s Royal Cavalry and Royal Guard Cavalry The Joint Military Musical Ensemble will also perform at the ceremony.

Countries’ national holidays are emblems of pride and dignity. In Oman, these are moments of reflection on the country’s past and future. It is time to memorialize the late Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Bin Taimour, the Founder of Modern Oman and its Blessed Renaissance. His memory pulsates in the hearts of all Omani people, who continue to pray for him out of appreciation.

Gratitude for his 50 years of service to the nation and its loyal citizens. The late Sultan Qaboos’ accomplishments are clear and visible in many aspects of life. He instilled and nurtured genuine faith in the people. They must develop a new, strong will and resolute determination to operate in full cooperation and partnership.  Overcomes all obstacles as they go on national missions for the benefit of Oman and its noble people.

International Relations

Political and regional changes that occurred during the Renewed Renaissance demonstrated that Oman’s foreign policy is solid. Oman believes in non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries. Contributing positively to international security and advancing common public interest through discussion and understanding among governments and nations.

Oman reaffirmed these ideals during the 76th UN General Assembly in New York last September. The Sultanate of Oman maintains its commitment to the fundamental principles of its foreign policy. A foreign policy based on good neighborliness and non-interference in other countries’ domestic issues. It also upholds international law and international charters while encouraging international collaboration. Oman views peaceful and harmonious dispute resolution as preferable. The country considers tolerance as a polite behavior that yields better and more long-lasting effects than disagreements.

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