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King Mohammed VI Appoints New Ambassadors in Morocco’s Diplomatic Missions

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by October 13, 2016 General

Casablanca – King Mohammed VI received, on Thursday at the Royal Palace in Casablanca, several new ambassadors in Morocco’s diplomatic missions for whom the sovereign handed dahirs of appointment, as well as ambassadors of His Majesty the King in the central administration of the ministry of foreign affairs.

They are:

Lalla Joumala Alaoui, Ambassador to the United States of America

Ahmed Reda Chami, Ambassador to the EU Council and the European Commission

Mohamed Ameur, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium

Latifa Akharbach, Ambassador to the Republic of Tunisia

Mohamed Rachad Bouhlal, Ambassador to Japan

Lemnouar Alem, Ambassador to the Republic of Turkey

Lahcen Azoulay, Ambassador to Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein

Jaafar Hakim Alj, Ambassador to Kuwait

Moha Ouali Tagma, Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Nigeria

Abdeljalil Saubry, Ambassador to the Republics of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan

Mohamed Réda El Fassi, Ambassador to the Republic of Philippines and the Federated States of Micronesia

Lahcen Abdelkhalek, Ambassador to the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria

Oumama Aouad, Ambassador to the Republic of Panama

Samir Eddahr, Ambassador to the Republics of Greece and Cyprus

Mustafa Bouh, Ambassador to the Republic of Cameroon

Hassan Hami, Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran

Abdelilah Benryane, Ambassador to the Republics of Tanzania and Uganda

Mohamed Lotfi Aouad, Ambassador to Canada

Majid Halim, Ambassador to the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

Saadia Alaoui, Ambassador to the Republic of Angola

Nezha Alaoui Mhamedi, Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and to Djibouti

Hamid Chabar, Ambassador to the Republic of Ghana

Rachid Erreguibi, Ambassador to the Republic of Benin

Abdesslam Aboudrar, Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland

Nabil Adghoghi, Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Brazil, the Suriname Republic and the Co-operative Republic of Guyana

Zakia El Midaoui, Ambassador to the Republic of Bulgaria and in Macedonia

Ahmed Tazi, Ambassador to the Arab Republic of Egypt

Mohamed Amine Belhaj, Ambassador to the Republic of Serbia and Montenegro

Karim Medrek, Ambassador to the Commonwealth of Australia, the Republic of Vanuatu, the Republic of Kiribati, the Republic of Fiji, the Republic of New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Tuvalu

Nour El houda Marrakchi, Ambassador to the Republic of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina

Azeddine Farhane, Ambassador to the Republic of Vietnam

Mohamed Malki, Ambassador to the Republic of India, the Republic of Maldives, the Republic of Sri Lanka, the Kingdom of Bhutan and the Republic of Nepal

Farida Louadaya, Ambassador to Colombia and the Republic of Ecuador

Karima Kabbaj, Ambassador to the Republic of Hungary

Lamiae Erradi, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Norway and the Republic of Island

Abdellatif Errouja, Ambassador to the Republic of Chad

Abderrahim Kadmiri, Ambassador to Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Kitts and Nevis, the Republic of Commonwealth of Dominica, Antigua-Barbuda, Grenada, Jamaica, Barbados, and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Youssef Imani, Ambassador to the Republic of Rwanda

Lotfy Bouchaara, Ambassador to Austria, Slovenia, and Slovakia.

Mohamed Setri, Ambassador to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Mohamed Chafiki, Ambassador to the United States of Mexico.

Tarik Loujri, Ambassador to the Republics of Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica and Salvador.

Youssef Bella, Ambassador to Peru and Bolivia.

Mohamed Kermoun, Ambassador to the Islamic Republics of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Ghoulam Maychane, Ambassador to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.

Rachid Agassim, Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Driss Asbayine, Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea.

Chafiq Rachadi, Ambassador to the Republic of Korea.

Ouadia Benabdellah, Ambassador to the Republics of Indonesia and Singapore.

Mohamed Rida Benkhaldoun, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam.

Khadija Rouissi, Ambassador to Denmark and the Republic of Lithuania.

Kenza El Ghali, Ambassador to the Republic of Chile.

Mokhtare Ghambou, Ambassador to the Republic of Kenya.

Mohamed Adil Ambarch, Ambassador to the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Abdelali Zaoui Rahhali, Ambassador to the Republic of Mozambique.

Badreddine Abdelmoumni, Ambassador to the Republic of Paraguay.

Allal Achab, Ambassador to the Republic of Niger.

Mustafa Errifi, Ambassador to Vatican.

Amina Bouayach, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Sweden and the Republic of Latvia.

Abdellah Sbihi, Ambassador to Gabon and the Democratic Republic of Sao Tomé and Principe.

Mhamed Grine, Ambassador to the Republic of Lebanon.

Lahcen Mehraoui, Ambassador to Ireland.

Abdelmalek Kettani, Ambassador to the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire.

Nabil Zniber, Ambassador to Qatar.

Zakaria El Goumri, Ambassador to the Dominican Republic.

Afterwards, the new ambassadors in Morocco’s diplomatic missions were sworn in before king Mohammed VI.

The sovereign greeted afterwards the new ambassadors in the central administration of the foreign affairs ministry:

They are:

Ahmed Herzni, Roving Ambassador of king Mohammed VI

Mohamed Ali Lezrak, ambassador, secretary general Mohamed Basri, ambassador, director of consular and social affairs Mohamed Methqal, ambassador, director general of the Moroccan agency for international cooperation

This audience was attended by foreign minister Salaheddine Mezouar, and King Mohammed VI’s Chamberlain Sidi Mohamed El Alaoui.

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