World Leaders and Embassies Send Best Wishes to King Mohammed VI on Throne Day

King Mohammed VI received congratulatory messages from heads of states and governments, embassies and diplomats across the world, on the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of Throne Day.
Politicians from various countries, including the Saudi Arabia, Israel, Serbia, Bulgaria, the United States, Philippine, the United Kingdom, Dominican Republic, Turkey, Sudanese sovereignty council, and many others. expressed heartfelt congratulations to King Mohammed VI and the Moroccan people, wishing them good health, happiness, and further progress and prosperity.
The Israeli Defense Minister congratulated His Majesty the King wishing the king and the country success and prosperity.
James Cleverly, the United Kingdom government official and The British Ambassador to Morocco also expressed their sincere congratulations to Morocco’s King and people.

In a tweet, the American embassy in Morocco also expressed its best wishes to the monarch.

Abdul Fattah Al-Burhan, Sudanese politician congratulated His Majesty in a letter emphasizing on how Sudan is firmly committed to strengthening bilateral relations and joint cooperation in a variety of areas in the mutual interests of both communities.
Zakaria El Goumiri, Ambassador of His Majesty to Dominican Republic, commemorated the 22nd anniversary of His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s accession to the throne with a Dominican choral body intoned Morocco’s national anthem.

The city of Belgrade illuminated Ada Bridge, Branko’s Bridge and Palace of Albania on National colors as a celebration of the King’s enthronement.

Philippine’s embassy in Morocco also greeted the king and extended its congratulations and wishes to His Majesty, the Royal Family and the government and people of Morocco.

Bulgaria, Turkey and many other countries have also congratulated his Majesty for the national day with best wishes, success, prosperity and further progress.

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