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Tuesday 7 March 2017

Lower House Speaker Represents HM the King in Ghana's 60th Independence Day celebrations

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Lower House Speaker Represents HM the King in Ghana's 60th Independence Day celebrations

Lower House Speaker Holds Talks in Accra with Senior Ghanaian Officials

Speaker of the House of Representatives (lower house) Habib El Malki, held, on Tuesday in Accra, talks with his Ghanaian counterpart, Aaron Mike Oquaye, and with Ghanaian Vice President, Mahamudu Bawumi.


The meetings took place on the sidelines of El Malki's participation in the 60th anniversary celebrations of Ghana's independence. He represented HM King Mohammed VI in the ceremony marking the Independence Day.

During the talks, El Malki expressed his pleasure in sharing the joy of the people and the state of Ghana in the name of the Sovereign and welcomed the excellent relations binding the two countries since the first years of Independence, said Wednesday a statement by the lower house.

The two founding fathers of independence, late HM Mohammed V and President Kwame Nkrumah, had laid the foundations of African unity, he said, expressing his thanks to Ghana for supporting the reintegration of Morocco into its African institutional family.

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Lower House Speaker Represents HM the King in Ghana's 60th Independence Day celebrations

Speaker of the House of Representatives (lower house), Habib El Malki, represented HM King Mohammed VI in the 60th anniversary celebrations of Ghana's independence

During the ceremony, which was attended by many Heads of State and Government, El Malki was accompanied by HM the King's ambassador in Accra, Hamid Chabar, said on Tuesday a statement by the lower house.

During an official luncheon following the ceremony, El Malki conveyed to the Ghanaian President, on behalf of HM the King and the Moroccan people, his heartfelt congratulations.

On the sidelines of his participation in Ghana's independence Anniversary, the Moroccan official will hold talks, on Tuesday, with Vice-President, Mahamudu Bawumi, and his Ghanaian counterpart, Aaron Mike Oquaye.

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