BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 A.M.) – Syrian Foreign Minister Wa’el Mu’allem made a rare visit to Muscat, yesterday, to meet with his ‘Omani counterpart and Sultan Qaboos.

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), Mu’allem arrived in Muscat on Monday in order to discuss a number of topics, including the ongoing war inside Syria.

SANA added that Mu’allem will spend “several days in Muscat in which he will meet with a number of senior officials in the sultanate.”

The visit will cover “the current situation in the region and means of strengthening bilateral ties”, SANA news added.

It is Mua’lem’s second trip to Oman since the 2011 outbreak of the Syrian conflict.

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Gonçalo Pena
Gonçalo Pena
2018-03-27 04:21

Syrian Army Foreign Minister? w*f!!! The army is the state? 😀

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2018-03-27 04:43
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I suspect Leith decided to call him a Syrian Army FM simply because in February 2016, after Saudi Arabia was planning to send its troops to Syria in order to “fight” against the Islamic State, Muallem warned that their soldiers if enter Syria without government consent would “return home in wooden coffins”. After this verbal warning Saudi Arabia called off the ground operation. So, it’s kind of nickname of him since then “Syrian Army FM”.