King Mohammed VI congratulates Moroccan Paralympic champions in Tokyo

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King Mohammed VI congratulated the renowned Moroccan champions who won gold medals at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

In a letter to Olympic champion Abdeslam Hilli the winner of the gold medal in the 400 meters, the King expressed his heartfelt congratulations on setting a new world record in this competition, emphasizing his confidence that this coronation will be strengthened further by a determination and a challenge to redouble efforts to achieve further successes and raise Morocco’s flag.

Thus, his Majesty King Mohammed VI sent similar letters to Fouzia kassioui, youssra Karim, and Mohammed Amguoun winners of silver medals.

King Mohammed VI also sent congratulations messages to bronze medalists, Hayat Elgaraa and Said Amoudi.

His Majesty expressed his warmest congratulations to the Moroccan Paralympic Champions and wished these athletes the best of success in their sports endeavors.



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