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Greetings on Morocco National Day
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Greetings on Morocco National Day

President Hassan Rouhani offered his congratulations to the Moroccan people and government on the occasion of the North African country’s national day, which was celebrated on Sunday. In a message to King Mohammed VI of Morocco on Sunday, Rouhani felicitated the Throne Day, also known as Feast of the Throne, and hoped that bilateral relations between Tehran and Rabat would develop more than ever through the efforts of the two countries’ officials, Tasnim News Agency reported. He wished health and success for King Mohammed VI and prosperity and happiness for the Moroccan people. Throne Day is a public holiday in Morocco, which commemorates the enthronement of the incumbent monarch. Since 1999, it has been celebrated on July 30. The current king succeeded his father on July 23, 1999, and officially took the throne on July 30. Morocco is a constitutional monarchy. The head of state is the king of Morocco who holds vast legislative and executive powers.

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