The Grand Duke heirs of Luxembourg, Prince Guillaume, accompanied by his wife Princess Stephanie de Lannoy, arrived Sunday evening in Casablanca, to lead a very high-level economic mission of his country to Morocco (23/26 September).
On their arrival at the Mohammed V International Airport, the couple was welcomed by the Minister of Economy and Finance, Mohamed Benchaaboun, and the Wali of the Casablanca-Settat region, Governor of the Casablanca Prefecture, Said Ahmidouch.
After reviewing a detachment of the Auxiliary Forces that was giving the honors, the Grand Duke heirs of Luxembourg and his wife were greeted by the governor of the province of Nouaceur, Abdallah Chater, the presidents of the communal and provincial councils of this city as well as by several civil and military personalities.
This mission, headed by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy, Etienne Schneider, includes representatives of around 50 companies that reflect the varied and dynamic economic fabric of Luxembourg.
It is a continuation of a previous economic mission in April 2015, said a statement from the Luxembourg Ministry of Economy, recalling that at the time, “a strong desire for economic cooperation between the two countries had has been detected, particularly in the specific field of digitalisation”.