Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini has this morning received, medical coats, sanitiser, chloroquine, among others.
Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini has this morning received, on behalf of His Majesty King Mswati III medical supplies comprising of masks, visors, hygiene caps, medical coats, sanitiser, chloroquine, among others, from His Majesty King Mohammed VI of the Kingdom of Morocco.
Prime Minister: "May I, on behalf of His Majesty King Mswati III, Her Majesty the Queen Mother & the entire Nation, express my gratitude to His Majesty King Mohammed VI & the people of the great Kingdom of Morocco for these gifts which we are receiving today."
PM: "It's a moving gesture of Africans coming to the assistance of fellow Africans. We are humbled that whilst Morocco is also facing a similar #COVID19 challenge, His Majesty King Mohammed VI found it in his good heart to factor in the people of Eswatini to offer a helping hand.
PM: "This is a clear manifestation of the fraternal & warm relations between the two Kingdoms of Morocco & Eswatini. More than anything, it is a great opportunity for all to witness the enduring leadership of King Mohamed VI in the continent of Africa & beyond."
PM: "It is also befitting for me to congratulate Morocco for its positive compliance to the “rules of origin” by donating supplies made in Morocco by Moroccans, which widens the window of hope for Africa’s prospects of realizing Agenda 2063, sooner than the year itself."
PM: "Indeed Africa has all the potential to produce, use & consume what she produces. Eswatini is determined
to put this virus in the dustbin of history through consistent efforts to trace, test, isolate and treat all positive cases."
PM: "Our appeal to Emaswati is clear and unequivocal – we can all beat this virus by following all the health precautions as presented by the WHO and the Ministry of Health."
Morocco Rep. Redouane Houssaini: "Since taking the throne in 1999, King Mohammed VI has given high priority to African solidarity. Through this donation, which covers all five African regions, Morocco shows the possibility
- 18 Jun, 2020
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