Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš arrived in Morocco on Tuesday for a two-day official visit to head a large delegation from his country.
Upon arrival at Rabat-Salé airport, Mr. Babiš was greeted by the head of government Saâd Eddine El Otmani.
After reviewing an honorary detachment of the first Air Force Royal Air Base (FRA) to pay the honors, the Czech chief executive was hailed by the Minister of State for Human Rights, Mustafa Erramid, and Secretary of State to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mounia Boucetta.
The Czech Prime Minister was then greeted by the governor of the Salé prefecture, Abderrahman Benali, the mayor of Rabat, Mohamed Sadiki, and the Moroccan ambassador to the Czech Republic, Hanane Saadi and other personalities.
The accompanying delegation includes the Minister of Industry and Trade, Marta Novakova, the State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Miloslav Stasek, and the Czech Ambassador to Morocco.
During his stay in the Kingdom, Andrej Babiš will have talks with several Moroccan officials.