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  During his Meeting with the Chairman of Oman's Shura Council .. Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council: The Joint Cooperation of the GCC Parliaments is one of the Most Important Gains of the GCC People

GCC- Muscat
HE Dr. Nayef Falah Mubarak Al-Hajraf, Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council affirmed the importance of the GCC States parliaments and legislative councils role in the process of building, developing and meeting the wishes of the GCC citizens and achieving their aspirations by being their voice, and those working in harmony with the executive authority with the aim of advancing the GCC people's gains.
This came during the receiving of HE Sheikh Khalid bin Hilal Al Mawali, Chairman of the Shura Council in the Sultanate of Oman to HE the Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council on Tuesday, 25 February 2020, in Muscat, where he congratulated him on the confidence of their Majesties and Highnesses leaders of the GCC States to lead the General Secretariat, stressing the importance of the achievements made during the journey of the GCC joint work through integrative decisions and legislations in many aspects, which aims to achieve the aspirations of the GCC citizens of development, growth and prosperity.
For his part, HE the Secretary General pointed out the importance that the meetings of chairmen of Legislative Councils in the GCC States (the Shura Councils, Council of Representatives, the Federal National Council, and the National Assembly) in terms of the integrative performance of these legislative entities with the role of the official ones in facing challenges and setting plans and strategies to achieve the aspirations of the GCC people, in a way that enhances the cooperation process within the framework of Legislations and important decisions that affect the GCC citizen and achieve convergence and integration, pointing to many of the achievements that have been accomplished in the issuing of unified legislations that  enhances the work towards achieving GCC citizenship and its gains at various levels.
The meeting was attended by the two vice-chairmen of the Omani Shura Council, a number of members of the Council and the Secretary General accompanying delegation.