Omran to produce films on environment

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Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran Group) has signed an agreement to support and sponsor ‘Oman Infocus’ project to produce a series of documentary films that highlight the richness, the fascinating environmental diversity and the wildlife of the sultanate.

According to a statement, the Oman Infocus under the title Not Discovered Yet will cover 12 landmark tourist destinations in one-hour documentary – The Shoreline of Oman and a blue-chip – two-part documentary series called Wild Oman, that will capture the essence of Oman’s beaches, rare land and marine wildlife, carrying the audience on an extraordinary exploration of all corners of our fascinating country, from the top of the desolate escarpment to the bottom of some of world’s richest seas. The film will be broadcast on a number of Arab and international TV channels and broadcast networks.

“Omran Group’s support for this project reflects the group’s endeavours to work in harmony with various stakeholders to promote the country’s tourism sector, and in line with the of National Tourism Strategy 2040 which focuses on increasing the number of tourists to achieve economic growth,” Said Qais bin Zahir al Hosni, VP of Government and Corporate Affairs at Omran Group. “We hope that this initiative will help to raise awareness on the importance of preserving natural resources and ensuring their long-term viability,” Hosni added.

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