Paris – The speech delivered by His Majesty King Mohammed VI on Saturday, on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the Sovereign’s accession to the Throne of His glorious ancestors, set a clear course and a generous vision for Morocco, said Rachida Dati, former French Justice Minister and Mayor of the 7th arrondissement in Paris.
“Centered on the spirit of seriousness to which His Majesty King Mohammed VI has called His People, and on the dignity to which all citizens are entitled, His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s speech set a clear course and a generous vision for Morocco,” said Dati in a statement.
“A stable and innovative country, Morocco is moving forward with determination into the future,” she added, noting that the very voluntary economic measures announced by His Majesty the King underline “the strength of the Moroccan economy” and its “very good integration into international trade.”
The development of green economy-related industries and renewable energy sources has long been a top goal for the Sovereign. The development of the hydrogen-powered car in Morocco, she stated, “under His impetus, will be an undeniable marker of the dynamic nature of the Moroccan economy.”
HM the King has reiterated His belief in the creative brilliance and innovative energy of young people, as part of His ongoing concern for them, according to Dati.
”Encouraging them to redouble their inventiveness and creativity, HM the King has made young people a pillar of the Kingdom’s economic development, the guarantee of a generous and forward-looking Nation”, said the French right-wing figure, stressing that ”the rigorous commitment of Moroccan youth is the surest guarantee of the Kingdom’s development and its international influence.”
She also noted that “the relevance and vision of the Moroccan autonomy initiative in the Sahara, and the prospects for peace and development that it opens up for the Kingdom’s southern provinces, have led to the multiple international recognitions of Morocco’s sovereignty over its provinces, achieved thanks to the Sovereign’s unwavering commitment.”
In response to the royal speech’s mention of Morocco’s joint bid with Portugal and Spain to host the 2030 World Cup, Dati said that this was evidence of the “very good diplomatic climate, in a spirit of peace and dialogue, that His Majesty King Mohammed VI has tirelessly developed over recent years.”