Oman-UAE Partnership Thrives: Bilateral Ties Strengthen Across Trade, Investment, and Collaboration as Sultan Haitham bin Tarik Visits UAE

By: Ahmed Al Harthi

BSc in Software Engineering with Multimedia and Masters of Business Administration in Project Management. Ahmed works as an IT manager and content creator at Omanspire.





Oman-UAE Economic Partnership

Oman-UAE Economic Partnership

It has been revealed that the Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates are forging ahead with key areas of partnership, solidifying their already robust economic and diplomatic ties.

One significant development is the establishment of the “Oman-UAE Rail Company,” a joint initiative with total investments amounting to an impressive $3 billion. This venture is set to enhance connectivity and facilitate the movement of goods and products between the two countries.

Furthermore, Omani and Emirati ports are now linked through direct lines, streamlining the transportation of various commodities and exports, a move that is expected to boost trade between the nations.

In a notable achievement in 2023, the dry dock at Duqm in Oman saw over 350 maintenance and repair projects for ships originating from the UAE market, highlighting the maritime collaboration between the two countries.

The partnership extends beyond commerce into the tourism sector, where joint investments have led to an uptick in tourist arrivals, showcasing the dividends of collaborative efforts in attracting visitors to both nations.

Moreover, both Oman and the UAE are actively enhancing cooperation in the cultural sphere by organizing joint cultural events and activities. This ongoing collaboration underscores the commitment of both nations to promoting cultural exchange and understanding.

As these key areas of partnership continue to flourish, the Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates are poised to deepen their relationship across various sectors, setting the stage for even closer cooperation and mutual benefit in the years to come.


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  • Ahmed Al Harthi

    BSc in Software Engineering with Multimedia and Masters of Business Administration in Project Management. Ahmed works as an IT manager and content creator at Omanspire.

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