Oman news agency reported today that the cyclone has retreated enough to allow air traffic to resume in accordance to worldwide safety standards.
In Oman and Yemen was hit by the most powerful cyclone in the history of these Arab States - in some cities fell 278,2 mm of rain, almost three times the three-year rule. The Royal Navy of Oman will also be sending a number of its ships to the governorate in order to transport the needed supplies. The Ministry of External Affairs in Oman said on Sunday that the body of one Indian had been identified.
MJ Akbar assured his Bangladesh counterpart that support would be provided like it was when rescue operations were conducted in Yemen.
Shahriar Alam said many Bangladesh nationals remain engaged in fishing in Sea.
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Shahriar Alam hoped that there would not be many casualties as they were given alarm beforehand.
In the wake of this massive cyclone the Salalah airport was also closed until midnight on Saturday.
Bangladesh mission is in touch with other missions and authorities in Oman in order to get updated information.
He urged all to keep Bangladesh nationals living in Salalah in their prayers.
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The death toll from a cyclone that battered southern Oman and the Yemeni island of Socotra has reached 11, while eight sailors are still missing, authorities said. Yemenis, Indians and Sudanese were among those missing and officials feared some may be dead.
Yemeni officials in the country's far east regions along the Oman border reported strong winds taking out homes as well as knocking out communication, power and water networks.
India's Meteorological Department said the storm packed maximum sustained winds of 170-180 kilometers per hour with gusts of up to 200 kph.
The airport, closed since Thursday, will reopen early Sunday, Oman's Public Authority for Civil Aviation said.
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