The fourth edition of the contest of memorization, recitation, and chanting of the Holy Quran organized by the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema, Guinea section was closed on Sunday in Conakry and three candidates were chosen for the final stages of the 2023 edition scheduled during the month of Ramadan.
The ceremony took place in the presence of the Ambassador of His Majesty the King in the Republic of Guinea, the Minister, Secretary General of Religious Affairs of Guinea, Karamoko Diawara, and the President of the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema, Guinea Section, Abdelkarim Dioubate.
On this occasion, the Moroccan ambassador welcomed this initiative which aims to preserve the Holy Quran and to consolidate the links between the peoples of the two countries.
For his part, the Guinean Minister, Secretary General of Religious Affairs recalled the historical ties that unite the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Guinea since the era of His Majesty Mohammed V.
Thus, Karamoko Diawara highlighted the commitment of HM King Mohammed VI, may God assist him, on the side of the Guinean people, recalling the visit of the sovereign who was the only head of state to visit Guinea during the Ebola pandemic.