Rabat (EFE).- The President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, made a floral offering this Thursday at the Mohamed V mausoleum, in Rabat, before the start of the sessions of the XII High Level Meeting (RAN) between Spain and Morocco.
Sánchez arrived in Rabat the day before along with a dozen ministers to co-chair this summit together with his Moroccan counterpart, Aziz Ajanuch.
Upon arrival at the mausoleum, he was received by the Moroccan Minister of Health, Khalid Ait Taleb; the historian of the Kingdom of Morocco and spokesman for the Royal Palace, Abdelhak Lamrini, and the curator of the enclosure, Hasan Skalli.
Also accompanied by his Minister for Foreign Affairs, José Manuel Albares, the President of the Government made floral offerings at the tombs of Mohamed V and his son, Hasán II, grandfather and father, respectively, of the current Moroccan monarch, Mohamed VI.
Sánchez, as is mandatory in these visits, took off his shoes at the entrance to the mausoleum and signed in the book of honor, something he also did during the visit he made to this same place in 2018 on his first trip to Morocco as head of the Executive .
Subsequently, he toured the esplanade of the Hasan Tower before going to the scheduled meeting with his Moroccan counterpart to start the XII High Level Meeting, in which some twenty ministers from both countries participate and a total of 24 agreements will be signed.