Participation of the Foreign Minister in the Extraordinary Meeting of Gulf Cooperation Council Foreign Ministers in Oman
In a significant step to enhance cooperation and strengthen relations among the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, the Foreign Minister participated in the extraordinary meeting held in the Sultanate of Oman. This meeting provided a vital opportunity to discuss important regional and international issues and exchange views among the ministers.
Bilateral relations among GCC countries have spanned decades, and this journey to Oman marks a positive move toward solidifying these relations. The Gulf Cooperation Council represents a group of Arab nations in the region with the aim of fostering cooperation in various areas.
The meeting witnessed discussions on numerous crucial regional and international issues, including regional security and stability, as well as economic and political cooperation among GCC member states. Emphasis was placed on the importance of mutual cooperation and ongoing consultation to ensure regional security and stability.
Regarding the foreign policy of the participating countries, there was a reaffirmation of their commitment to strengthening bilateral relations with sister and partner nations in the region and around the world. The significance of the role of GCC countries in promoting peace and stability on the regional and international stage was also highlighted.
The extraordinary foreign ministers’ meetings conclude with the signing of a closing statement, underlining the commitment of GCC countries to enhance cooperation and mutual consultation to address challenges and achieve security and stability in the region.