This ideal vast location opens a channel of political, economic, and cultural communication with others. It is the third largest country in the peninsula, with an area amounts to 30.9500 km, and a population of almost 2.867 million. Arabic is the official language of Oman, with the wide use of English language as an accredited one. Islam is its religion, among the spread of other religions like Christianity and Buddhism.
The architect of the modern Oman renaissance, His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said bin Taimur, may Allah rest his soul in paradise, took power on July 23, 1970. Late His Majesty the Sultan dedicated his almost 50 years rule to turning Oman from a small agrarian country into a modern nation without prejudice to its culture and traditions. The late Sultan Qaboos died on 10 January 2020 leaving behind a great historical legacy in the hearts of Omanis and the world.
His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq bin Taimur took over as the new ruler of Oman. He has ensured completing the development march that was initiated by late His Majesty Sultan Qaboos.
Oman's capital is Muscat and its official currency is Riyal (OMR).
The Sultanate is deemed one of the most diverse countries geographically. It consists of a mix of sandy deserts, fertile plains, and green mountains in the south of the country in the fall. Its valley and oasis extend over large areas as well. This geographical diversity contributes to climate change among governorates.
In addition, the Sultanate’s political and economic stability attracts local and foreign investments and promote its industries, which increases its economy as well.
TANMIA has officially announced the establishment of Nakheel Oman Development Company jointly with the...