In his second state visit since assuming the presidency in May, UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan will go to Oman on Tuesday.
According to Emirates News Agency, the two-day trip is in response to Sultan Haitham bin Tariq of Oman’s invitation (WAM).
During the visit, both leaders will meet to explore opportunities for increased collaboration in several sectors including finance and industry, as well as review ways to empower youth for a better future for the two countries.
Reinforcing economic relations will be at the center of the visit, said WAM.
Both leaders will review the recent developments in the Arab region and reflect on efforts made to achieve peace and prosperity.
“The visit will also cement the two nations’ shared vision for a secure and stable region that promotes sustainable development and supports a thriving economy,” read the WAM statement.
In a statement, Sayyid Ahmed Hilal Al Busaidi, Ambassador of Oman to the UAE, said the visit would strengthen business partnerships and increase investment opportunities.
He said the longstanding keenness of both countries to deepen relations have spurred growth in various fields, which can reflect positively on the wider region.
Al Busaidi also highlighted the significance of bilateral coordination at the political level through coordination and consultation about various regional and international issues.