Morocco: HM the King Receives in Rabat Several Foreign Ambassadors

Rabat — HM King Mohammed VI received, on Wednesday at the Rabat royal palace, several foreign ambassadors who came to hand the sovereign their credentials as plenipotentiary and extraordinary ambassadors of their countries in Morocco.

They are:

- Abdullah Bin Oubaid Bin Senour Al Hanai, Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman.

- Edwin F. Sele, Ambassador of the Republic of Liberia.

- Abdulrahman Bin Mohamad Al Jadiaa, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

- Juan Andrés Ordonez Gomez, Ambassador of the United Mexican States.

HM the King received afterwards the ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway Fred Harald Nomme who came to take his leave of the sovereign at the end of his mission in Morocco.

On this occasion, HM the King granted to Fred Harald Nomme the Alawite Wissam of first rank (Grand Officer).

The audience was attended by foreign minister Salaheddine Mezouar and HM the King's Chamberlain Sidi Mohammed El Alaoui.

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