Prime Minister Narendra Modi, visited the Muscat Mosque, as he concluded his visit to the nation of Oman. He also had a meeting with the Sultan of Oman, Qaboos bin Said al Said and singed 8 pacts on cooperation in the field of defence, health and tourism. Apart from the Mosque, he also went to the Shiva temple of Muscat, that had been built by the Gujarati Merchants about 125 years ago, and was rennovated in 1999. Shri Adi Motishwar Mahadev, Shri Motishwar Mahadev and Shri Hanumanji are revered in the temple, which is situated near the palace of Sultan. Modi talked to al Said on the matter of strengthening the bonds of the two countries, through tourism, investment, defense and trade.
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar stated in a tweet, “Charting out new frontiers in our bilateral relationship, PM @narendramodi led delegation-level talks with Sultan Qaboos of Oman. The two strategic partners discussed to strengthen cooperation in trade & investment, energy, defence & security, food security and regional issues.”
The Prime Minister, after leaving Oman, tweeted, “Thank you Your Majesty Sultan Qaboos for your exceptional warmth, hospitality and friendship, as also your personal attention to details, that made my visit to Oman one of the most memorable visits I have undertaken anywhere.”
The eight agreements included Legan and Judicial cooperation in Civil and Commercial Matters, Agreement on Mutual Visa Exemption for Holders of Diplomatic, special, service and official passports and others. Raveesh Kumar posted the list on his twitter account: