Slovak Deputy Prime Minister visits Duqm Economic Zone

Duqm: Peter Pellegrini, Deputy Prime Minister for Investment in the Slovak Republic, visited the Special Economic Zone in Duqm (SEZD) on Tuesday to look at the projects undertaken and investment opportunities.
Yahya bin Said al Jabri, Chairman of the Special Economic Zone Authority in Duqm (SEZAD), briefed the deputy PM and his accompanying delegation on SEZD.
He also highlighted the extensive investments of the Government of the Sultanate in SEZD infrastructure, such as Duqm Airport, Duqm Port, and Dry Dock among other infrastructure projects implemented by government and private sector companies.
Al Jabri explained SEZD’s comparative and competitive advantages along with the integrated package of incentives and facilities it offers to investors.
On his part, the Slovak Deputy Prime Minister for Investment thanked the Sultanate for the warm welcome, indicating that his visit provided him with many visions and programmes to develop the existing relations between the two countries.
A delegation of more than 30 government officials and Slovak business leaders accompanied the Slovak Deputy Prime Minister for Investment during his visit to the Sultanate. The visit focuses on boosting the bilateral relations between both countries, particularly in the economic and investment fields.
The Slovak Deputy Prime Minister for Investment and his delegation visited Duqm Airport, Dry Dock and Duqm Port.
They also watched presentations on SEZAD, Duqm Port and Oman Oil Company (OOC), which carries out diversified projects in Duqm. — ONA