8 July 2022
Deputy Minister Candith Mashego-Dlamini hosted a farewell lunch for Ambassador Mubarak Al Zakwani of Oman, Dean of the Arab Diplomatic Corps.
Oman and South Africa shares warm and cordial relations that are based on the principles of solidarity, working towards creating a better life for the people, the regions and the world.
“Oman was among the first few nations to foster political relations with South Africa in 1995 as a gesture of goodwill when the country emerged from apartheid and has emerged as a top priority market for South Africa in the GCC due to its stable environment and ease of doing business.
There has been increased collaboration and cooperation projects in the fields of agriculture, mining, infrastructure development, defence and security, economy and finance, trade and investments as well as social and humanitarian affairs raising bilateral relations to new levels.
“Furthermore, South Africa and Oman are both leaders in their respective regions and the shared view of the world around both countries, this has also contributed to the quality and durability of the two countries bilateral relationship,”
H. E. Mr Mubarak Salim Ali Al-Zakwani
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary assumed his duties on 29.05. 2015.
The Diplomatic Informer Magazine SA wishes H. E. Mr Mubarak Salim Ali Al-Zakwani
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
of the Sultanate of Oman and Dean of the Arab Diplomatic Corps success in all his future endeavors.
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