Omani MP says Muslim nations should look for new techniques to neutralize restrictions

(MENAFN) It has been emphasized by a member of the Consultative Assembly of Oman that Islamic nations must devise fresh strategies to counteract harsh sanctions.

Mansour al-Hejri, an MP from Oman, said that all Muslim nations have to achieve economic stability.

According to Iran's parliamentary news agency ICANA, he made the statements at the 17th summit of the Parliamentary Union of the OIC Member States (PUIC).

“In our era, the development of relations, especially in the economic field, between Islamic countries is very important in any field,” al-Hejri added.

He further noted, “In the second place, the development of bilateral and multilateral trade relations should be emphasized in order to ultimately strengthen the economy of Islamic governments and nations.”

The Omani lawmaker also declared, “As long as the commercial exchange between Islamic countries expands and they become rich, they will be freed from the need for the West and will achieve complete independence. Therefore, during the holding of such conferences, this capacity should be used to expand relations.”



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