On the occasion of the 67th anniversary of the Independence Day of the Kingdom of Morocco, a number of ambassadors and diplomats in Morocco, through social media platforms, congratulated the Moroccan people on this national occasion.
Turkish Ambassador Omar Farouk Dokan was among the first to congratulate, on his official page on the “Twitter” platform, where he tweeted: “In my personal name, and in the name of the Turkish people, and the Turkish community residing in Morocco, I wish Morocco a bright feast on the occasion of the November 18th anniversary of its independence. The Turkish Embassy in Morocco also sends its sincere congratulations and blessings on this glorious occasion, within the framework of the joint and permanent solidarity between the two countries.
On the other hand, the Spanish Embassy in Rabat published, through its official account on the “Twitter” platform, a congratulatory text addressed to the Kingdom of Morocco, its king and its people, in Arabic, stating: “Congratulations to all the Moroccan people.” added, “Spain and Morocco maintain strong bilateral relations, Confirmed by the proximity between the two countries, and the friendship between the two royal palaces in both countries.
The head of the Middle East and North Africa Department at the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maya Tessafi, also posted a tweet on her official Twitter account, in which she said: “We send our sincere wishes to all Moroccans who celebrate today the anniversary of Independence Day. Happy Eid”.
In addition, the Consulate General of the United States of America in Morocco interacted with this national occasion, through a post on the official page on the “Facebook” platform of its “Dar America”, as it indicated that it closed its doors today in celebration of Independence Day, adding: “Happy Independence Day for all Moroccans.
Furthermore, The British Embassy in Morocco also tweeted, via its Twitter account, saying: “Britain in Morocco..the British Embassy in Morocco wishes a glorious Independence Day for the Moroccan people.”