Rabat - Her Royal Highness Lalla Hasna was named Ambassador of Goodwill by the heads of state and government participating in the 1st Summit of the Congo Basin and the Blue Fund in Brazzaville on Sunday, April 29.
Rabat – Her Royal Highness Lalla Hasna was named Ambassador of Goodwill by the heads of state and government participating in the 1st Summit of the Congo Basin and the Blue Fund in Brazzaville on Sunday, April 29.
The heads of state and government taking part in the Brazzaville summit appointed, Princess Lalla Hasna President of the Mohammed VI Foundation for the Protection of the Environment and Goodwill Ambassador of the Congo Basin Climate Commission and the Congo Basin Blue Fund for mobilization of financial resources, according to MAP.
During this summit, King Mohammed VI once again reiterated his commitment towards Africa’s development during his opening speech, which acknowledged the ongoing challenges that continue to hinder the continent’s economic and social development.
The monarch described the symposium as an “urgent wake-up call” for Africa to meet the many challenges that impact people’s lives on the continent.
King Mohammed VI arrived at the Kintélé International Conference Center in Brazzaville on Sunday afternoon.The monarch was greeted by the President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, upon his arrival at the conference center.
The King also posed for a group photo with African leaders participating in the summit.
The symposium reviewed the activities of the Climate Commission of the Congo Basin and the Blue Fund for the Congo Basin.
The event aimed to establish formal financial resources to fund projects in the field of the blue and green economy, as well as the fight against climate change.