Rabat - King Mohammed VI is heading to the Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah, or an Islamic pilgrimage Mecca, April 13-17, according to ‘’an accurate source” at Hespress.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI is heading to the Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah, or an Islamic pilgrimage Mecca, April 13-17, according to ‘’an accurate source” at Hespress.
His visit comes shortly after an informal meeting in France between King Mohammed VI and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri. Their meeting focused on the stability of Middle East and anti-terrorism, as well as economic and cultural cooperation.
When King Mohammed VI met French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday, April 10, during his recovery period in France, the two leaders discussed bilateral relations, as well as other international affairs directly or indirectly involving their countries, focusing on Middle Eastern affairs, in particular.
Relations between Saudi Arabia and Morocco are among the most stable in the region, based on respect for the basic principles of both countries, and constructed on non-interference in the internal affairs of others.
The allies cooperate in a number of various fields, particularly economics and religious matters.
The occasion will be the King’s first appearance in Saudi Arabia since May 2015, occurring in parallel with the 29th edition of the Arab League in Riyadh Summit, where the monarch is expected to deliver a speech.