Iran Navy chief: Ties with Oman ‘most stable’ despite enemies’ ill-wish

Iran Navy chief: Ties with Oman ‘most stable’ despite enemies’ ill-wish

The Iranian Navy chief has praised the country’s stable relations with Oman, saying all attempts by enemies to harm friendly ties between the two Persian Gulf neighbors have been to no avail.

According to Press TV, Navy Commander Rear Admiral Shahram Irani made the remarks in a Tuesday meeting with Brigadier Abdulaziz Abdullah al- Mantheri, assistant to Oman’s Chief of Staff for Operations and Planning, who is in Tehran at the head of a delegation to hold talks with the country’s high-ranking military officials.

He added that the status of Iran and Oman was clear on the world stage given the two countries’ dominance over the Strait of Hormuz, adding that peace-seeking and friendship are among the main commonalities between the two countries.

Tehran and Muscat enjoy growing relations in different sectors, particularly in military fields, which has brought about lasting ties between the two sides, Irani said.

“Despite all…

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