Senegalese President Official Visit To Morocco
Senegal’s President Sends Message Of Thanks To HM The King Following His Official Visit To Morocco
Senegalese president Macky Sall has sent HM King Mohammed VI a message of thanks at the end of his official visit to Morocco, followed by a private visit.
The Senegalese president hailed the Moroccan-Senegalese excellent relations which are deeply rooted in the shared values of faith, family ties, mutual trust and esteem, voicing satisfaction at the convergence of viewpoints on all the set of issues evoked and at the new perspectives of bilateral cooperation opened by the signing of seven new agreements.
The Senegalese President left Morocco this Wednesday at the end of an official visit (July 25-27), followed by a private stay.
During his stay the Senegalese head of state co-chaired with HM King Mohammed VI the signing of a package of cooperation agreements between the two African countries.
HM The King Hosts Official Iftar In Honour Of Senegalese President
HM King Mohammed VI, who was accompanied by HRH crown prince Moulay El Hassan, and HRH Prince Moulay Rachid, hosted this Thursday an official iftar in honour of the president of the republic of Senegal, Macky Sall.
HM the King hosts official Iftar in honour of Senegalese president
The Iftar (fast-breaking meal) took part in the presence of the official delegation accompanying the Senegalese president, who arrived this Thursday to Casablanca on an official visit to Morocco, the head of government, the speakers of the two parliamentary chambers, the Sovereign’s advisors, the government members, heads of diplomatic missions in Morocco and several other civil and military personalities.
Senegalese President starts official visit to Morocco
The Senegalese head of state was greeted at the Mohammed V international airport of Casablanca by HM the King who was accompanied by HRH Crown prince Moulay El Hassan and HRH Prince Moulay Rachid.
The Senegalese president was then host to an official welcome ceremony at the Mechouar square in Casablanca.
A statement of the Ministry of the Royal Household, Protocol and Chancellery had said that “His Majesty the King, may God assist him, will hold official talks with the Senegalese Head of State and host at the Royal Palace of Casablanca an official Iftar (fast-breaking meal) in honour of his guest and the delegation accompanying him".