برزنتيشن قصير عن السلطان هيثم بن طارق Haitham bin Tariq

Haitham bin Tariq Al Said  ; born 13 October 1954) is the Sultan of Oman, having succeeded his cousin Qaboos bin Said on 11 January 2020. He previously served as Minister of Heritage and Culture in the Sultanate of Oman.
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Haitham bin Tariq attended Pembroke College, University of Oxford, graduating from the Foreign Service Programme (FSP) in 1979. Haitham's father was Tariq bin Taimur, son of Sultan Taimur bin Feisal. His half-brother Asa'ad bin Tariq is the deputy prime minister.

He is described as "outward-looking and Western-oriented".

Roles
A sports enthusiast, he served as the first head of the Oman Football Association in the early 1980s.[10] He served as the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Political Affairs from 1986 to 1994, and later appointed as the Secretary General for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1994–2002). He was later appointed as the Minister of Heritage and Culture in March 2002 and later chaired the national census committee in 2003. He usually represented Oman abroad in a diplomatic capacity; in 2016, he personally welcomed Prince Charles and Camilla on a visit to the country.

He is also chairman of the committee for the future vision of "Oman 2040″ along with being honorary president of the Oman Association for the Disabled.
Sultan of Oman

After the death of his first cousin Sultan Qaboos on 10 January 2020, Haitham bin Tariq was named by the royal family and Qaboos's will as Sultan of Oman the next day and took an oath before an emergency session of the Council of Oman in Al-Bustan. Oman state TV said the former sultan's letter was opened by the Defence Council and his identity was announced shortly thereafter. As sultan, he also holds the positions of prime minister, supreme commander of the armed forces, minister of defence, minister of finance, and minister of foreign affairs.

 In his first public speech, he promised to uphold his predecessor's peace-making foreign policy and to further develop Oman's economy.

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