Morocco’s Strong Commitment to the Palestinian Cause is Highlighted by the International Commission for Solidarity with Palestinian People
Ramallah – The International Commission for Solidarity with the Palestinian People has affirmed that HM King Mohammed VI’s speech on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the Sovereign’s accession to the throne of His glorious ancestors underlines “the depth of the Kingdom’s commitment to the Palestinian cause”.
The Commission underscored in a news statement that throughout His speech, HM the King emphasized Israel’s acknowledgment of Morocco’s sovereignty over its Southern Provinces. The Sovereign reaffirmed Morocco’s unwavering and unwavering commitment to the just Palestinian cause and the rights of the Palestinian people, including the creation of an independent Palestinian state with East Al-Quds as its capital.
The Commission also applauded His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s crucial role in promoting Palestine, both globally and locally in Al-Quds and its community. The Sovereign actively supports projects in the city and speaks up for its residents across a range of issues as the Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, reiterating the Kingdom’s steadfast policy and position of support for the Palestinian cause.
The Commission also thanked the Kingdom for chairing Bayt Mal Al Quds, which continues to offer all kinds of assistance to boost the fortitude of those who live in the Holy City. The Commission noted that “this position is not surprising on the part of Morocco and its Sovereign” and emphasizes the close ties that exist between the Kingdom and Palestine, both politically and socially.
Additionally, the Commission offered its congratulations to H.M. the King on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of His ascension to the throne of His heroic forebears.
A commission of the Afro-Asian Peoples’ Solidarity Organization (AAPSO), the International Commission for Solidarity with Palestinian People is led by Talaâ Saoud Atlassi and has its headquarters in Rabat. It consists of peace and solidarity committees from 15 different African, Asian, and European nations.