Abidjan - Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara inaugurated, on Saturday in Abidjan, an express way named after "King Mohammed VI".
Abidjan – Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara inaugurated, on Saturday in Abidjan, an express way named after “King Mohammed VI”.
The inauguration ceremony of the 4.6 kilometer expressway linking the communes of Abobo and Anyama was notably attended by Foreign Minister who was representing HM the King.
The road was completed at a total cost of 13.5 million Euros and will be serving 1.8 million inhabitants of the two communes.
Speaking on this occasion, the Ivorian President highlighted the longstanding ties of friendship and brotherhood between Morocco and Côte d’Ivoire.
He said that naming the road after HM King Mohammed VI is a sign of appreciation and recognition to the Moroccan Sovereign for his “engagement to boost cooperation between the two countries.”
In this respect, President Ouattara highlighted the importance of the projects implemented in his country with Moroccan support.
Speaking on the same occasion, Mezouar said that naming the expressway after King Mohammed VI reflects “sincere friendship and brotherhood” and mirrors the willingness of the Ivorian president and HM the King to add fresh momentum to bilateral relations.