Mrs. Nezaket Emine Atasoy, The President of the INTERNATIONAL Investment and Business Confederation (ULUSKON) and the Goodwill Ambassador of the International Human Rights Defense Committee (IHRDC) paid a courtesy visit to the Ankara Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman Qasim Mohamed Salim Al Salhi. President Atasoy stated that there will be cooperation with the Sultanate of Oman on exports and investments in Oman.
Within the scope of the visit held at the Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman, were discussed two joint programs of cooperation between the Sultanate of Oman and Turkey in the field of economy. In addition, during the visit, export and import issues between the Republic of Turkey and the Sultanate of Oman were also mentioned. On the other hand, during the meeting, a program was determined within the scope of investment events that will take place in Oman in the first half of 2022.
‘TOURISM IS ON THE RISE ONCE AGAIN’
Noting that there will be cooperation with Oman in many fields, President Atasoy said, “Oman is in a strategic position due to its location. There are extraordinary investment opportunities from the fields of construction, real estate, pharmacology and many more. There are also good investment opportunities in the field of tourism. In the pre-pandemic period, the number of visitors in Oman had increased by about 1 million in a year and a half. This year, we see that tourism once again, is on the rise in Oman, as in most countries.’’
“INCREASING IMPORTS AND EXPORTS WITH TURKEY IS ESSENTIAL FOR US”
Ambassador Al Salhi thanked President Atasoy for her up to date endeavors for the Middle East economy. In a statement during the meeting AL Salhi said, “I would be very pleased to see President Atasoy and an accompanying delegation from ULUSKON of competent business people, in Oman as soon as possible. I will prepare the program myself. Meetings with all necessary ministers and authorities will be arranged to start new economic relations between our countries and strengthen our commercial ties. It is important for us to increase imports and exports with Turkey.”