Moroccan King Public Wedding Celebrations Postponed Due to Situation in Palestine
In Morocco, public festivities, scheduled for April 12 through 14, on the occasion of the wedding of King Mohammed VI, were postponed to a later date, it was officially announced, according to Maghreb Arabe Presse MAP.
A ministry statement of the royal household, protocol and chancellery said, "in view of the continuous aggravation of the situation in the Palestinian territories and the need to give priority to ongoing diplomatic efforts to find a political solution to the tragedy befalling the Palestinian people, H.M. King Mohammed VI, chairman of Al-Quds Committee, and the royal family have decided to postpone to a later date all ceremonies scheduled for this April 12 through 14 in Marrakesh to mark the wedding of H.M. the King, may God assist him." (Albawaba.com)
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