King Mohammed VI sent today, Monday, a message of congratulations to the Mauritanian President, Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazouani, on the occasion of Mauritania’s celebration of the 62nd Independence Day.
King Mohammed VI praised the Moroccan-Mauritanian relations and the ties between the two countries, saying, “I take advantage of this national occasion to pay tribute to the solid fraternal relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Islamic Republic of Mauritania.”
In the congratulatory message, the king expressed his desire to work together with the Mauritanian president to raise relations between the two countries to the level of strategic partnership, noting, “We are keen to continue working together with the Mauritanian president to advance bilateral relations to the level of strategic partnership, in a way that responds to the aspirations of the two countries and the two brotherly peoples.”
King Mohammed VI concluded the telegram by extending his congratulations and blessings to the Mauritanian President, Mohamed Ould Cheikh Al-Ghazwani, wishing him good health and contentment, and the Mauritanian people’s progress and prosperity.
The royal congratulatory telegram to the Mauritanian president comes a few days after another message addressed to his Majesty by the King, carried by the Minister of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment and Competencies, Younes Al-Sakuri, as the communication between the leaderships of the two countries reflects the depth and rootedness of relations, and the dynamism witnessed at various political, economic, security and military levels since Ould Ghazouani assumed the presidency of Mauritania.