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The President asks Oman to provide more job possibilities for talented workers.

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The President asks Oman to provide more job possibilities for talented workers. Assuring support and a deepening of bilateral connections with Sri Lanka in the fields of energy, employment, and investment prospects, Sultanate of Oman ambassador Ahmed Ali Saeed Al Rashdi.

The Omani Ambassador, who will depart the country after serving his full term, reportedly made these comments yesterday (01)during a meeting with President Gotabaya Rajapaksa at the President’s House in Colombo, according to the President’s Media Division.

There are currently 25,000 Sri Lankans working in Oman. The President asked the Ambassador to help expand employment prospects for talented workers.

According to the PMD, the President also spoke about the immense prospects for commerce and investment in the nation and expressed appreciation for Ambassador Saeed Al-assistance Rashdi to Sri Lanka during his eight years in office.

When President Rajapaksa responded, Ambassador Rashdi stated he would accept a position in the Foreign Ministry upon his return and pledged to continue to assist Sri Lanka and fight to improve relations between the two nations.

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