St. Kitts/Nevis Prime Minister extends independence congratulations to Kingdom of Morocco

St. Kitts/Nevis Prime Minister extends independence congratulations to Kingdom of Morocco

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has extended congratulations to the Kingdom of Morocco in celebration of its 63rd anniversary of Independence.

Morocco celebrates that significant Milestone today (Monday 18th November) as it regained its independence in 1956.

Prime Minister of the twin island nation Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris in a congratulatory letter to the Chief of Government of the Kingdom of Morocco, His Excellency Saade-ddine El Othmani expressed that St. Kitts and Nevis and Morocco have enjoyed friendly relations throughout the years since the establishment of diplomatic relations over a decade ago.

The letter states in part; and I quote “It is my hope that our countries will continue to seek and seize opportunities that would solidify our relations for the mutual benefit of our people,” end quote.

Diplomatic relations were established between the two countries in 2007.

In September of this year, former Commissioner of Police in St. Kitts and Nevis, Mr. Ian Queeley took up the post as the first Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco in an effort to further strengthen the ties between the sub-region and the African country. 

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