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King Felipe VI and his wife left Morocco

King Don Felipe VI and Queen Dona Letizia, Sovereigns of Spain, left Morocco on Thursday evening after an official visit at the invitation of King Mohammed VI.

On their departure from Rabat-Salé airport, King Don Felipe VI and Queen Dona Letizia were greeted by the head of government, Saâd Eddine El Othmani. After reviewing a detachment of honor from the Royal Air Force First Air Base, the Sovereigns of Spain were greeted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, and the Secretary of State at Minister of Industry, Investment, Trade and the Digital Economy, in charge of Foreign Trade, Rkia Derham.

They were also greeted by the Wali of Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region, governor of Rabat prefecture, Mohamed Mhidia, the president of the region’s council, Abdessamad Sekkal, the governor of Salé prefecture, the president of the council of Salé, the ambassador of the Kingdom in Madrid and the Spanish ambassador in Rabat as well as by other civil and military personalities.

This two-day visit, during which King Mohammed VI and King Felipe VI had talks at the Royal Palace in Rabat, was notably marked by the signing of 11 bilateral cooperation agreements in several areas as well as the holding of the Morocco-Spain economic meeting.

King Don Felipe VI and Queen Dona Letizia of Spain received during their stay in the Kingdom of Spanish writers of Spanish expression.

The Sovereigns of Spain were accompanied by an important ministerial delegation, composed of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation, Josep Borrell, the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande Marlaska, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, as well as the Minister of Culture and Sport, José Guirao.

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