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Saudi Arabia’s new ambassador to Morocco takes office

King Mohammed VI presided on March 1st a ceremony at which foreign ambassadors newly accredited in Morocco submitted their credentials to the sovereign. Among them, the representative of Riyadh, Abdellah Ben Saad Al Ghariri.

Among the ambassadors concerned is that of Saudi Arabia, Abdellah Ben Saad Al Ghariri, recently appointed by King Salman Ben Abdelaziz Al-Saud.

Abdellah Ben Saad Al Ghariri replaces Abdelaziz Ben Mohiedine Khoja, a career diplomat and connoisseur of Morocco.

In addition, the city of Sale has prepared to welcome King Mohammed VI for Friday prayers.

King Mohammed VI, commander of the believers, performed the prayer in a mosque in this city near the capital of the Kingdom.

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