oman sultan

Qaboos Bin Said Al Said, who ruled Oman in the Middle East for half a century, died of illness on the evening of January 10 at the age of 79. Local state-run media later reported that Haibham bin Tariq al-Said, Qaboos’s cousin, succeeded.

Former Minister of Heritage and Culture

“Gulf News” reported that Heisem was born in 1954 and studied at Oxford University in the United Kingdom. He was formerly Minister of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture and has also been a Sudanese The Special Representative travelled and held various positions in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In recent years, Oman announced the 2040 vision plan. He is the head of the relevant committee.

The newly deceased Sultan Booth has no children and has not publicly announced his successor in the past. According to a 1996 decree, the royal family must decide on a successor within three days of a vacancy in Sudan.

Qaboos has ruled Oman since 1970. He has been working to mediate disputes between the United States and Iran for half a century, but he has been affected by health problems in recent years, including receiving colon cancer treatment in Belgium in December 2019.

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