King Mohammed VI postpones trip to Ghana

King Mohammed VI

His Majesty King Mohammed VI, of the Kingdom of Morocco, has postponed his planned visit to Ghana.

He was expected to arrive in Ghana on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 for an official visit.

But a statement by Eugene Arhin Acting Director of Communications, Flagstaff House Communications Bureau, announced:

“Unfortunately, His Majesty the King, Mohammed VI, King of Morocco, has had to postpone his scheduled visit to Ghana. A new date for the visit will be communicated in due course.”

The visit was aimed at deepening the existing cordial relations between Ghana and Morocco, as well present an opportunity to define new areas of co-operation that would serve the mutual interests of the two countries.

He was expected to hold bilateral talks with President Akufo-Addo before his departure.

Source: | Ghana

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