On Throne Day, Moroccan King Calls on Elected Officials, Civil Servants to Uphold Citizens’ Interests

Washington, DC, July 31, 2017 (MACP) – In a speech to the nation on July 29 marking the 18th anniversary of his reign, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI strongly chastised civil servants and elected officials who have failed to provide strong and responsive democratic institutions equally across the country, saying, “The development projects and the political and institutional reforms carried out target a single goal: to serve citizens, wherever they may ...

Full Text of King Mohammed VI’s Address to the Nation Marking Morocco’s Throne Day

King Mohammed VI delivered a speech to the nation on the occasion of the eighteenth anniversary of Throne Day. Below is the full text thereof: “Praise be to God, May peace and blessings be upon the Prophet, His Kith and Kin Dear Citizens, Today, we are celebrating the eighteenth anniversary of my accession to the throne, in a national environment characterized by achievements as well as challenges. This yearly celebration ...

Morocco’s Return to African Union: Washington Praises HM the King’s ‘Strong Leadership’ | MAP

The United States has praised Morocco’s return to the African Union and the “strong leadership” of HM King Mohammed VI, the State Department said Tuesday. The United States congratulates Morocco on its return, the State Department said, underlining that “HM King Mohammed VI’s strong leadership and the government of Morocco have returned the country to its rightful place in the institutional family of the African continent”. “We believe Morocco’s membership ...

Tête-à-tête Talks with HM the King ‘Very Comprehensive’ (John Kerry) | MAP

U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, described as “very comprehensive” and “very positive” his tête-à-tête talks with HM King Mohammed VI, on Wednesday at the Royal reception room of the Palais des Congrès in Marrakech. “With HM the King we had a very comprehensive and very positive discussion,” the U.S. official told the press, stressing that “President Barack Obama and I are grateful for the quality of relations we have ...

At COP22, King Mohammed VI Urges Tangible Initiatives, Practical Steps, Respect and Support for Developing Countries

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Praises Morocco’s Leadership Washington, DC, November 16, 2016 (MACP) —Calling the Marrakesh Conference “a decisive turning point in the implementation” of the Paris Agreement, this week King Mohammed VI urged participants at the COP22 meeting to move beyond promises to “tangible initiatives and practical steps” – initiatives that, most importantly, respect and support the priorities and resources of developing countries. The King noted that Morocco’s ...
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