Rabat, 3 October 2023 (TDI): At the Royal Palace in Rabat, the King Mohammed VI credentials ceremony was a grand event that saw the monarch welcoming a selected group of foreign envoys.

These diplomats arrived to formally submit their credentials, confirming their roles as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassadors representing their nations in the Kingdom of Morocco.

King Mohammed VI credentials ceremony marked the official commencement of their diplomatic missions in Morocco.

The esteemed diplomats and Ambassadors from different countries were in attendance including Jesper Kammersgaard, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark, Sheikh Abdullah bin Thamer Mohammed Thani Al-Thani, Ambassador of the State of Qatar, Mohamed Iliassa Yahaya, Ambassador of the Union of the Comoros, José Renato Salazar Acosta, Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia; Mohamed Douhour Hersi and many others.

The ceremony was conducted in the distinguished presence of Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita.

Also in attendance was the King’s Chamberlain, Sidi Mohamed El Alaoui, who participated in the solemn ceremony.

The presentation of credentials by these foreign ambassadors signifies a significant step in enhancing the diplomatic relations between Morocco and their respective countries.

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It marks the beginning of their official diplomatic duties and reflects the commitment of Morocco to nurturing and strengthening international partnerships.

As this gracious reception by King Mohammed VI exemplifies Morocco’s dedication to fostering peaceful and cooperative relations with nations around the world.

Moreover, It underscores Morocco’s commitment to diplomacy and its role as a key player in the global arena.

As these ambassadors embark on their missions in Morocco, they will work towards further strengthening the bonds of friendship, cooperation, and mutual understanding between their countries and the Kingdom of Morocco.

Their presence is a testament to the shared goals and aspirations of nations in promoting peace, stability, and prosperity on the international stage.