King Salman welcomes Sultan Haitham at Neom Royal Palace in the Tabuk Province of Saudi Arabia on Sunday. AP
Gulf Today Report
Sultan Haitham Bin Tariq Al Said of Oman visited Saudi Arabia on Sunday on his first official foreign trip since assuming power last year.
Sultan Haitham arrived in the Red Sea city of Neom for a two-day visit.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz greeted Sultan of Oman at the the tarmac of the Neom Bay Airport and guided him down a long lavender carpet for meetings with King Salman at the palace.
After Sultan Haitham disembarked the aircraft, Saudi jets performed an air show painting the colours of the Omani flag, while Saudi artillery fired 21 rounds to welcome the Sultan.
King Salman also held a luncheon banquet in honour of Sultan Haitham.
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