His Majesty King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolences and compassion to HM Charles III, King of the United Kingdom, following the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
In this message, HM the King said he learned with “deep sadness of the death of Your mother, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. May she rest in peace”.
In this sad circumstance, the Sovereign expresses, in His name, and in that of the Royal Family and the Moroccan people, to HM King Charles III, to all the members of the august royal family and to the British people His sincere condolences and deepest sympathy.
HM the King implores the Almighty to grant them strength and comfort in the face of this tragic loss.
In these most difficult circumstances, the Sovereign remembers, with great esteem, “the qualities and merits of this illustrious Queen who stood, invariably, as a symbol of the greatness of the United Kingdom, devoting Her whole life to the services of his country”.
“Under the reign of this exceptional Monarch, the United Kingdom has achieved much progress and prosperity and acquired great stature both regionally and internationally,” writes HM the King in this message.
With the disappearance of HM Queen Elizabeth II, the Kingdom of Morocco has lost a “special great friend who was deeply respected”, underlines HM the King, adding that HM the Queen “was particularly keen to strengthen the long-standing friendship between our two secular monarchies”.