MJ Akbar assured his Bangladesh counterpart of providing support like they did while conducting rescue operation in Yemen. Salalah's airport opened on Sunday after being closed for three days.
The Royal Oman Police announced the death of two additional Omanis who lost control of their vehicle in flood waters in Salalah, Oman's third-largest city, which was directly hit by Cyclone Mekunu over the weekend.
Some roads were torn away while others were submerged, streetlights downed and roofs ripped off in Salalah.
Other Muscat-listed companies such as Dhofar Poultry Co have also announced some losses from the cyclone.
Rushing waters from the rain and storm surges flooded typically dry creek beds. The Arabian Sea churned yesterday morning, sending mounds of sea foam into the air.
Police said a 12-year old girl died when a gust of wind sent her smashing into a wall.
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Bangladesh mission is in touch with other missions and authorities in Oman to get updated information.
Many Bangladesh nationals remain engaged in fishing in Sea. He urged everyone to keep Bangladesh nationals living in Salalah in their prayers.
Governor of al-Mahra province in Oman, Rageh Bakrit, said winds had destroyed houses and taken out communication lines and water services.
Thousands of residents near the coastal areas in the two provinces have been evacuated to safer shelters as winds up to of 170 kilometers (105 miles) per hour and torrential rainfall lashed the coastal areas, officials said.
Portions of Salalah, Oman's third-largest city, lost electricity as the cyclone made landfall.
The airport, closed since Thursday, will reopen early Sunday, Oman's Public Authority for Civil Aviation said.