TEHRAN (FNA) A visiting delegation of Iranian police officials conferred with their Omani counterparts about several key issues in an official session in Masqat on Sunday, where the two sides discussed enhanced cooperation.
The meeting was attended by an Omani delegation led by Lieutenant-General Malik bin Suleiman bin Said Al Ma’amari, inspector-general of police and customs, and an Iranian delegation led by Dr. Esmail Ahmadi Moghaddam, commander of the Iranian Law Enforcement Police, at the Royal Oman Police (ROP) headquarters.
During the talks, the Omani inspector-general of police and customs welcomed the Iranian delegation and reviewed the growing relations between the two friendly countries.
The session also dealt with security and customs cooperation, activation of a joint committee and issues related to infiltration and narcotics trafficking.
The Iranian delegation also visited the Sultan’s Armed Forces (SAF) Museum and viewed the historical manuscripts and artifacts that depict the ancient history of that country.
The head of the Iranian delegation also signed the register book expressing his delight and that of his accompanying delegation in the Sultanate’s heritage.
The commander of the Iranian Law Enforcement Police on his arrival in the Sultanate was received by Lieutenant-General Malik bin Sulaiman Al Ma’amari, Major-General Salim bin Musallam Qatan, assistant inspector-general of police and customs, the Iranian ambassador to the Sultanate and a number of ROP senior officers.