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Transport in Oman 'Magazine Agreement Signed

Transport in Oman 'Magazine Agreement Signed


Dr. Ahmed bin Mohammed al-Futaisi, Transport and Communications Minister today signed an agreement with Dr. Ibrahim bin Ahmed al-Kindi, CEO of Oman Establishment for Press, Publication and Advertising to launch ' Transport in Oman' magazine.

Dr. Al-Futaisi pointed out that as per the agreement terms, a specialized magazine in transport will be launched in a bid to mirror the great developments witnessed by land transport, ports, and airports and railway sectors.

'The launching of the magazine is expected to be highly appreciated by businessmen operating in the sector as it will keep them updated with the latest developments in the transport sector.

The periodical magazine will also help decision makers and potential investors to be well informed and remain updated about the major projects carried out in the Sultanate. The magazine will be distributed onto companies and organizations operating in ports, airports, and railway and road sectors, as well as onto embassies, he added.

On his part, Dr. Ibrahim bin Ahmed al-Kindi, CEO of Oman Establishment for Press, Publication and Advertising said that the Establishment has the required potentials that qualify it to mirror a bright picture of the Sultanate to the different world markets, thus promoting investments.

'The content of the bilingual magazine (Arabic and English) will be provided by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, he concluded.


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