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Moroccan ambassador hosts grand reception to mark King’s throne day

ISLAMABAD, JUL 31 (DNA) – Ambassador of Morocco Mohammed Karmoune hosted a grand reception to celebrate 19th Anniversary of the Accession to the Throne of Mohammed VI the King of Morocco. A large number of diplomats, members of civil society and media attended the reception. Caretaker Federal Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Mohammad Yousuf Shaikh was the chief guest on the occasion.

The chief guest also presented a gift of Sindhi Ajrak to the Ambassador of Morocco. The Ambassador thanked the Minister for the gift and appreciated the goodwill gesture.

ISLAMABAD, JUL 31: Caretaker Federal Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training, Mohammad Yousuf Shaikh, presenting a traditional Sindhi shawl “Ajrak” to Ambassador of Morocco, Mohamed Karmoune on the occasion of 19th Anniversary of the Accession to the Throne of Mohammed VI the King of Morocco.=DNA PHOTO

The guests who attended the reception enjoyed delicious Moroccan cuisines besides a variety of Pakistani dishes.
It may be mentioned here that since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in 1958, the relationships between the two countries, are marked by their harmonious and evolving character, therefore, subsequently this has been mutually beneficially in convergence of points of view of both countries within international bodies. Essentially, these relations are enriched by the common Islamic cultural heritage.

Relations between Morocco and Pakistan are governed by a diversified legal framework encompassing several cooperation agreements in the diplomatic, economic, cultural, scientific and technical fields. Importantly, despite the diversity of the framework governing bilateral relations, the level of cooperation achieved so far is still limited.=DNA
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