A delegation from Oman Trading International Ltd. led by Sheikh Mohammed Al Marhoon, Ambassador of Oman to Pakistan and Mr Said Al Maawali called on Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Petroleum.

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Islamabad: A delegation from Oman Trading International Ltd. led by Sheikh Mohammed Al Marhoon, Ambassador of Oman to Pakistan and Mr Said Al Maawali called on Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Petroleum, Mr Nadeem Babar at the Ministry of Petroleum today.

Oman Trading International is one of Oman’s leading conglomerates with interests in various sectors of the countrys economy.

Mr Said Al Mawaali expressed OTI International desire to expand its footprint in Pakistan’s market which he termed as one of the key markets in the region and an important component of OTI’s expansion plans in the MENA and South Asian region.

The visiting side showed keen interest in engaing with Pakistan’s Petroleum Sector including signing an MOU with Pakistan LNG Limited, increasing volumes of Gasoline, Petroleum products and LPG.

Mr Nadeem Babar shared the progress on reforms being made by the current Government in Pakistan’s Energy sector. Mr Babar dilated on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision to reaffirm and strengthen bonds with all countries of the world with a focus on regional countries. He also discussed Prime Minister Imran Khan’s emphasis on fostering regional trade with countries in the neighbourhood. SAPM Nadeem Babar assured the visiting delegation that all steps will be taken to facilitate OTI’s endeavours in the Pakistani market.

Mr Said Al Mawaali and Mr Nadeem Babar reiterated their mutual resolve to elevate bilateral relations between both the countries. Mr Al Said said that Oman holds Pakistan in high esteem and both countries are linked by shared bonds of culture, history, geography and traditions. The SAPM warmly reciprocated these sentiments of brotherhood.

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