Abdullah and Rania in Morocco

  March 16, 2009 at 3:48 am by

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Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah arrived in Fez, Morocco on a working visit that will be followed by an official visit to Portugal. Their Majesties were were welcomed by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, who was accompanied by HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan and SAR Princess Lalla Salma at the international airport Fez Saiss.

After the welcome ceremony at the airport, King Abdullah II King Mohammed VI at the Fez Royal Palace held talks which discussed developments at the Arab and regional levels and means to develop a unified Arab stance to deal with them, highlighting the need to realise Arab solidarity, a Royal Court statement said.

Later that evening, King Mohammed VI and Lalla Salma held a family dinner in honor of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan at the Fez Royal Palace.

The dinner was also attended by Prince Moulay Rachid , Special Advisor of the Jordanian king, Prince Talal Ben Mohammad, Princess Ghaida Talal (Spouse of Prince Talal) and Cherif Moulay Youssef.

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