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Reception held in honor of Moroccan Throne Day
August 2, 2018, 4:24 pm

On the occasion of the 19th Anniversary of Throne Day, the Moroccan Ambassador to Kuwait H.E. Jaafar Hakim hosted a reception at the Regency Hotel on 30 July. The Throne Day celebration in Morocco is a national holiday that commemorates the ascension of H.M King Mohammed VI to the throne and ruler of the country.

In attendance at the function was Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and State Minister for Economic Affairs Hind Al-Sabeeh as the chief guest, who was accompanied by the Dean of Diplomatic Corps and Ambassador of Senegal to Kuwait H.E. Abdou Lahad Mback, alongside Farwaniya Governor Sheikh Faisal Al-Hamoud, Capital Governor Thabet Al-Muhanna, and former Deputy National Assembly Speaker Mubarak Al-Khurainej. The event was attended by members of the diplomatic corps, Kuwaiti officials, and media personnel.

In her address to the gathering, the Minister Hind Al-Sabeeh underscored the deep-rooted and historic ties between Kuwait and Morocco that are supported by the leaderships of the two countries.

She noted that many MoUs were signed in a boost to these relations, and mentioned one that was for the recruitment of Moroccan workers to Kuwait.  She added that she wished the people of Morocco would continue to enjoy development and prosperity in all fields.

On his part, Ambassador Hakim remarked that the occasion was an opportunity to showcase the achievements and pioneering projects spearheaded by Morocco following the big developmental workshops that were backed by royal initiatives. He added that the development projects adhered to the distinctive Moroccan developmental model that preserves national identity, spiritual originality, ancient culture and creates bridges to other civilizations and cultures.

The Moroccan ambassador stressed that the Moroccan-Kuwaiti ties are distinguished due to the firm resolve and brilliant guidance of the leaders of both countries — King Mohammed VI and His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al- Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah. He welcomed cooperation in all fields between the two countries, and praised the firm commitment of Kuwait in support of unity of Moroccan territories.

He also commended Kuwait’s success in defending Arab and Islamic issues as well as humanitarian issues through its membership in the UN Security Council.


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