HRH Prince Moulay Rachid pushes for speedy realization of military housing units
Rabat, April 28, 2007 - His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid, the heir to the Moroccan throne, on Saturday highlighted the call for concrete results in building military housing units for the Royal Army Forces.
His Royal Highness who is stanch on a key initiative to improve the standard of living and increase housing space of all military’s members, encouraged the development of the project that is part of the Government of Morocco's initiative to produce 80.000 new social, community and private housing units for the Royal Army Forces.
The Prince, who met with governmental officers in Royal Palace in Rabat, was briefed on the housing package's developments, stressed the importance of intensifying efforts to achieve the speedy realization of military housing units and to secure necessary funds to meet its economic and social objectives.
His Royal Highness was promoted with the rank of Colonel of the Royal Moroccan Navy on July of 1994 and to the rank of brigadier general on July 2000.