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UK aid to Masirah, Oman, for economic development, 1973 Jan 01 - 1973 Dec 31
This file concerns British development aid to Oman and the proposed construction of a police station and hospital on the island of Masirah.
UK aid to Oman for economic development, 1974 Jan 01 - 1974 Dec 31
This file relates to development aid to Oman from the UK.
Technical assistance to Bahrain from UK, 1971 Jan 01-1971 Dec 31
This file relates to the UK's technical assistance programme in Bahrain, to promote economic and social development, as Britain prepares to withdraw from the Gulf. Primarily it relates to the drafting of a Memorandum of Understanding between the two Governments, eventually signed on 15 August 1971.
Overseas visits by ruler, 1967-1968
This file contains correspondence relating to: Plans of the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al Salem Al Sabah to travel directly from the Arab League Summit Conference in Khartoum to Paris for a 10-day medical checkup Medical checkup of Sheikh Sabah at the American Hospital of Paris, courtesy call on General Charles de Gaulle and departure on his personal Hawker Siddeley Trident for Beirut Return of Sheikh Sabah to Kuwait without visiting Amman and Baghdad as earlier planned Visit by the Director of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Dr Manouchehr Eqbal to Kuwait and a report
Kuwait Oil Company logistical support for British forces, 1967
This file contains correspondence relating to: Letter from J A N Graham to B G Birkmyre on the amendment of the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) plan to provide logistical support for British forces based in Kuwait, 9 January 1967; and the Joint Planning Staff Aden's request via Birkmyre for the provision of hospital facilities for permanent and reinforcing members of the Kuwait Liaison Team and RAF crew participating in the operation and retaining the four Pye Reporter R/T sets for the Kuwait Liaison Team
Recruitment of expatriate staff for ruler of Abu Dhabi, 1964
This file contains correspondence relating to the recruitment of staff for the Ruler of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Shakhbut Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. These include a director of education, an accountant, a director of health services, police officers, a civil aviation advisor and other appointments (12).