ALGIERS- After recording the 23rd anniversary speech of his accession to the throne, the King of Morocco Mohammed VI flew to France to be with his ailing mother, Princess Latifa.
Since the end of the Covid-19 crisis, the king of Morocco has made several round trips between the kingdom and France. After a first private stay in June, Mohammed VI returned to Morocco on July 10 for Eid. Three days later, after chairing a council of ministers, he flew back to Paris.
This time, the sovereign made an even tighter stay, since he returned to Rabat on July 30 to record his Throne Day speech, broadcast on the same evening, before leaving a few hours later for France to be at the bedside of his mother, Latifa, widow of Hassan II, currently ailing.
The sovereign took advantage of this short period of time to receive the governor of Bank Al-Maghrib, Abdellatif Jouahri, at the royal palace, who presented him his annual report on the economic, monetary and financial situation of the kingdom.