Moroccan King Addresses Countrymen On Throne Day
Fez, August 1 (TNA) HM King Mohammed VI on Saturday delivered a speech to the Nation on the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the Sovereign's accession to the throne of his glorious ancestors. In his address, the monarch said that the "twenty-second anniversary of my enthronement was more than just a commemoration of my accession to throne."
"This celebration illustrates the bonds of the sacred Bei’a, or pledge of allegiance, as well as the solid cohesion that has always existed between the Sultans and Kings of Morocco and the Moroccan people, regardless of the circumstances" he went on to say.
Morocco is a State steeped in history - a united nation with roots deeply anchored in its past. Our country draws its strength from its national unity and from the unanimous stance of all its components on the nation’s sacred values, the King added.
He also thanked the "entire staff working in the health sector - in the public, private and military sectors - and to the security forces and public authorities for the dedication and keen spirit of responsibility they have shown in confronting the Covid-19 pandemic."