The Emir of the State of Qatar, Shaykh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani received, on Thursday at the Diwan Emiri in Doha, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, who sent him a message from King Mohammed VI, on bilateral relations and the regional situation.
At this hearing, Bourita conveyed to the Emir of Qatar the greetings and consideration of King Mohammed VI, and his wishes for health and happiness to the Emir of Qatar and further progress and prosperity to the Qatari people.
For his part, Sheikh Tamim Hamad Bin Al-Thani instructed the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to convey his greetings to his brother King Mohammed VI and his wishes for health and happiness to the Sovereign, and more progress and development to the brotherly Moroccan people.
Relations between Morocco and Qatar are doing well. Recall that an official source in the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the content of the speech made by King Mohammed VI during the visit of His Holiness Pope Francis to Morocco, welcoming the “Call of Al-Quds” signed on this occasion.
“Qatar welcomes the speech made by King Mohammed VI on the occasion of the Pope’s visit to Morocco, in which the King emphasized the imperative of religious education in the fight against extremism by insisting on Preservation of the common heritage linking monotheistic religions,” he said in a statement to the official Qatar news agency QNA”, relayed Friday by local media.
The official source pointed out that Doha highly salutes “the Call of Al-Quds” signed recently in Rabat by King Mohammed VI, Amir Al-Muminin and Pope Francis and calls for its implementation through the recovery and preservation of the historical, legal and religious rights of Palestinians, Muslims and Christians, in the holy city.
He also recalled that Morocco and Qatar are linked by fraternal relations and common visions, adding that the two brother countries aim to create a better future for their peoples as well as for the peoples of the Arab region.