Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Muscat on Thursday where he was greeted by the country’s Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said, as footage released on Friday shows.

The Israeli leader and his wife Sara Netanyahu were reportedly invited by the Sultan with whom Netanyahu last met in 1996.

As the two countries have no diplomatic relations, the recent visit is described in media as an apparent thaw in ties.

The two leaders reportedly discussed issues regarding advancing the Middle East peace process and the overall regional stability.

 

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rabbi drewzif
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rabbi drewzif
2018-10-27 11:56

It must be like having aggressive debt collectors turn up at your door.

Ghifari AL Mukhtar
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Ghifari AL Mukhtar
2018-10-27 04:49

Yeah Right! while he is murdering Palestinians, terrorising millions of PEOPLE and the Neighborhood and the hypocrites are merely receiving this butcher on account of Diplomacy…..Man this world stinks of cowardice!

Daeshbags-Sux
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2018-10-27 07:26

Seems that Oman’s sultan is not into letting IRGC Or HELLbollah setting smth like the Houthis in his country…