Saturday, May 26, 2007

HRH Prince Moulay Rachid affirms backing for bilateral relations with Saudi Arabia

Fes, May 17-18, 2007 – His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid, the heir to the Moroccan throne, was looking characteristically elegant as he welcomed the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Ibn Abdelaziz of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabian King Abdallah Ibn Abdelaziz arrived in Fes, Thursday night for a two- day official visit.

Prince Moulay Rachid - Master of diplomacy - who is recognized for his steadfast commitment to build international relations – has networked with the Saudi Arabian King a couple of times in the past few months in Saudi Arabia.

His Royal Highness who set clear approach advocating the wisdom and moderation to reach a lasting peace in the Middle East and worldwide, continues on Friday (May 18, 2007) to engage in efforts to consolidate security and stability, by ensuring both brotherly countries play an enhanced role in tackling quarrels and tensions worldwide.

After the colorful welcoming ceremony, His Royal Highness joined King Abdallah Ibn Abdelaziz for the formal ceremony of signing several political, Islamic, tourism and economic accords between Moroccan and Saudi governments.

On this note, His Royal Highness expressed satisfaction of fostering the economic relations as one of the key factors to develop comprehensive bilateral relations and stressed the need to make additional efforts to encourage investments and trade.

Later that night, His Royal Highness graced with the audience for a banquet dinner held in the honor of King Abdallah Ibn Abdelaziz. Afterwards His Royal Highness officially greeted King Abdallah Ibn Abdelaziz on the end of the official visit in Fes.

His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid’s exceptional dynamism has been instrumental in encouraging progress in the country's diplomatic system. Diplomatic work has been an important part of the prince's efforts, which is founded on extraordinary high academic accomplishments.


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