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Middle East Eye: The Sultanate of Oman’s Distinguished Diplomacy May End the Yemen War | A nation is tweeting out of tune

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Publish site “Middle East Eye“The British man reported a report in which he talked about the efforts of the Sultanate of Oman to end the Yemen war, pointing to the existence of what he called dynamics that would create a state of solidarity necessary to solve the crisis in Yemen.

The British website said in its report that the Sultanate of Oman had established a high diplomatic position for itself in the war-torn Yemen by playing the role of a bridge between the warring factions.

At a time when the Biden administration in the United States seeks to bring the multifaceted war to a diplomatic settlement. It is likely that the new leaderships – in both Washington and Amman – will agree on many issues related to Yemen.

After Oman has completely refrained from engaging in hostilities against Houthi fighters, Muscat has a healthy relationship with the group that controls. On lands that cover about 70 percent of the population of Yemen, where Muscat’s view of the Houthis differs from the other Gulf Arab states, a deal that has resulted in a gradual building of mutual trust.

The British website quoted an Omani diplomat in Washington as saying that the Sultanate maintains the same distance from all Yemeni parties. Therefore, it calls on all parties to rally around the table of constructive dialogue in order to reach a peaceful and consensual solution to the ongoing conflict.

In late 2020, Oman clarified its disagreement with the Trump administration’s plans to designate the Houthis as a foreign terrorist organization, Samuel Ramani wrote. A researcher at the University of Oxford, said, “The Houthis are among the main advocates of expanding Muscat’s diplomatic role in Yemen.

Oman regains its diplomatic role

The Sultanate of Oman began to take Its diplomatic role in Yemen Seriously, especially as the war and all continued. Its humanitarian crises represents the most serious. A direct security threat to the Sultanate of Oman, which shares a 187-mile border with Yemen. In this context, it is considered helpful. Concerned parties to resolve the crisis are a top regional political priority for Muscat.

He suggested that the Biden administration would attach more importance to the diplomatic role of the Sultanate of Oman in Yemen than the Trump administration did.

Whereas, Muscat, as it served as a diplomatic bridge between Washington and Tehran on the nuclear file, could also facilitate dialogue between states. The United Nations and Iran on the Yemeni crisis, as this conflict represents an opportunity for the Biden and Tehran administration to develop a certain degree of confidence that could translate into progress in the nuclear talks.

With a VIP in Washington, he brings together decades of experience in the region and deep professional relationships. With Gulf policymakers, the Omani leadership can play a vital role in messaging and facilitating. Dialogue and setting standards for what will come next in Yemen.

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