Order conferring the Sultan Qaboos Award for Culture, Science,
Arts and Literature (First Class) to HE Dr. Hamadoun Touré,
former Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication
Union (ITU), in recognition of his efforts in the service of
the ITU and the achievement of its objectives.
Issued on 7 December 2016.
Ministry of Transport & Communications
Ministerial Decision No. 186/2016
Issuing the Regulations on the safe manning of Omani ships.
Issued on 7 December 2016. Effective from the day after its
Ministry of Justice
Lawyers Admission Committee Decision No. 72/9/2016
Announcing the dissolution of a Civil Company for Advocacy: Al
Mashari & Al Zaidi Advocates and Legal Consultants.
Issued on 7 December 2016. Effective from its date of issue
Ministry of Manpower
Announcement of a request by the workers of Occidental Mukhaizna
to form a trade union.
Ministry of Commerce & Industry
Announcements concerning the publication of trademark
Announcement of trademarks that have been recorded as having
The completion of liquidation proceedings in respect of Joory
United LLC is announced.
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