An Oman-based company launches Qaboos Al-Salam fragrance as a tribute to late Sultan Al Qaboos in Dubai.
It is a fragrant tribute to a Gulf stalwart and legendary statesman who dominated Oman's state of affairs for decades, Sultan Al Qaboos Bin Said Al Said. An Oman-based firm, Atiab Al Malak Establishment, which has been operating in the UAE for years, has launched a new fragrance to honour Sultan Qaboos , who died in January 2020.
The new fragrance, Qaboos Al-Salam, offers a new Omani product with distinctive features and scent that is wholly made by Omanis.Murshid Bin Rashid Al-Hakmani, the owner of the firm, said, “The distinguished product, Qaboos Al-Salam perfume, is an honour to His Excellency, this name is dear to every Omani and Arab, and how can we forget his loftiness? One of the most important components of this perfume is white and black amber, and this perfume has achieved outstanding sales since its launch in the market,” he said.
He prayed to Allah to bless the soul of the late Sultan Qaboos with mercy in Paradise. The President commended the late Sultan for being dedicated to the service of his people and nation and his work on bolstering cohesion of the Arab Nation.
Sheikh Mohamed emphasised the camaraderie between the two countries during these moments of sadness and sorrow following the demise of a great Gulf, Arab and international leader.
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