HRH Prince Moulay Rachid brings wisdom and passion to new cultural complex
Nador, July 19, 2007 - His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid, the heir to the Moroccan throne, on Thursday continued his tour in Nador region with the mission to enhance quality of life and to address cultural and social needs.
On this note, His Royal Highness commended the establishment of 10-million DH new cultural complex for Nador run by the regional administration. Complex is housing among others a flexible-use rooms, multi-functional lobby, library, drawing and visual art workshops.
While touring the facility, His Royal Highness underlined Kingdom’s commitment to the promotion and encouragement of tradition of cultural pluralism and artistic development that is very much alive in today’s modern society with the agenda to step forward by focusing on cultural diversity, strength, bridge and pledge for the future.
His Royal Highness stressed the importance to contribute to the intellectual and creative development of youth, to encourage them to use creativity and express their artistic vision and to support the valorization of cultural identity.
His Royal Highness noted that the concept of interactive education could serve as a resource and training platform for community and as a foreword of new ways of learning regarding art, crafts, science, culture, history and technology.
His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid has taken a great and deep interest and personal involvement in the cultural and social movements enabling his loyal citizens to preserve cultural identity and to protect their rights to maintain their own cultural heritage as critical economic, social and cultural changes are occurring quickly as a consequence of the unprecedented global developments.