Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad meets with Oman's Minister of Foreign Affairs Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah at the presidential palace in Damascus.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:20 P.M.) – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad received the Sultanate of Oman’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, in Damascus on Sunday.

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the talks focused on the latest developments inside Syria and the Middle East region.

President Assad also discussed with Minister bin Alawi the challenges imposed on the whole region, politically and economically, and the means to confront them in different domains.

The meeting was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Muallem.

In the same context, Muallem discussed with bin Alawi and the accompanying delegation the bilateral relations between the two countries and the means to enhance them in all domains in order to achieve the mutual interests of both nations.

The two sides also discussed the latest developments in the region and means to face different challenges which target its peoples as viewpoints agreed on the necessity of the continued coordination and consultation in a way that would help to preserve the security and stability.

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Oman is still a defacto British colony and the senile old sultan Qaboos is on deathbed with no apparent heirs, so Syria should be careful not to get close to agents of global Zionism.

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Are you plain stupid or is it a repetitive spam act?

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Ilya Ilyayev

Oman like most of the puppet Persian Gulf emirates and Saudi headchoppers is a vassal of US and Zionism and can not be trusted. Qabus usurped power by imprisoning his old ailing father at the behest of his British masters. Syria should normalize relations with all Arab and Muslim nations but put its trust is Iran, Hezbollah and the Axis of Resistance.