Moroccan media reported this afternoon that authorities are mobilized to welcome back King Mohammed VI, who travelled to Brazzaville on April 28 to participate in the 1st Summit of the Climate Commission.
The King also co-chaired a signing ceremony with Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso to ratify a total of 14 agreements between the two countries. The 14 agreements aimed at reinforcing ties between the two African nations in various sectors, including business, education, health, fisheries, and agriculture.
King Mohammed VI’s official trip to Brazzaville was his first foreign activity since his return from France after his successful heart surgery. The King returned from France on April 16, and chaired a Council of Ministers at the Royal Palace of Rabat on April 19.
The King also visited the headquarters of the Institute at the General Directorate for Territorial Surveillance (DGST) and inaugurated its Specialized Training Institute on April 24.