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King Mohammed VI Congratulates US President on Independence Day

KIng Mohammed VI and Obama

Rabat – King Mohammed VI has sent a message of congratulations to US President Barack Obama, on the occasion of the Independence Day of his country.

In this message, the Moroccan monarch expresses to the US president and members of his honorable family warm congratulations and sincere wishes of health and happiness, and further progress and prosperity to the friendly American people.

The Sovereign takes this opportunity to express “his pride in the long-standing friendship ties between the two peoples, imbued with the spirit of friendly understanding and mutual esteem.”

 He reaffirmed his “firm determination” to continue to work with President Obama to “reinforce the strategic partnership between the two countries, to strengthen bilateral relations in various fields and to provide fresh momentum for dialogue and consultation, in order to serve the common interests of the two friendly peoples.”

The King also stresses Morocco’s commitment to the continued coordination with the United States of America regarding the various regional and international issues of common interest, in order to support international efforts to fight extremism and terrorism, to establish security and peace in the world and to promote the values of freedom, solidarity and coexistence among different cultures and civilizations.

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