GCC Defense on Joint Military Cooperation

Sudan Events – Sumaya Sayed

The 20th meeting of the Joint Defense Council of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which was held in Muscat on Wednesday, discussed ways to enhance cooperation and military action among the six GCC countries, and issued a set of decisions and recommendations that will be submitted to the leaders during the next GCC summit meeting.
The Joint Defense Council was chaired by Shihab bin Tariq Al Said, Omani Deputy Prime Minister for defense Affairs, in the presence of GCC Secretary-General Jassim Mohammed Al-Budaiwi.
The meeting discussed a number of issues of common interest and means to enhance cooperation and military action.
“Our countries are on the path to significant progress within the framework of existing cooperation, by achieving accomplishments in various fields, mainly military cooperation,” Al Said told the participants.
The Omani deputy prime minister noted that the agenda of the meeting covered important topics, including the recommendations of the Supreme Military Committee for the Chiefs of Staff, and the means to strengthen the process of cooperation in a manner that achieves Gulf ambitions in various defense fields.

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