Casablanca- Luck has knocked on the doors of a hundred of Moroccan couples intending to get married soon in Kenitra.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will take charge of the collective wedding ceremony of a hundred of Moroccan couples in Kenitra.
According to Moroccan daily Al Massae, Erdogan will lead a group wedding ceremony of a hundred Moroccan couples intending to marry in Kenitra.
According to the same source, the ceremony will take place next month. However, the exact date is still undetermined, as the Turkish government has not yet received the list of Moroccan couples who will participate.
According to Al Massae, the agreement for the initiative was signed during the Turkish Prime Minister’s official visit to Morocco in June 2013.
The Moroccan Prime Minister apparently could not help but make a joke about the plan. According to Al Massae, Benkirane told the Turkish Prime Minister during his visit last year that “I would have seized the opportunity myself and added my name on the list had I not already been married.”
During a meeting with Moroccan press, the Turkish Vice-Prime Minister Emrullah Isler took the opportunity to shed light on Turkey’s current political crisis, mainly manifested in the antagonism between Erdogan’s government and civil society.
Edited by Jessica Rohan
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