King of Morocco Congratulates Bennett; Putin Thanks Netanyahu
King of Morocco Mohammed VI sent a letter of congratulations to new Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in which he said the kingdom will continue to promote peace in the region, the Prime Minister’s Office announced on Wednesday.
In his letter, the monarch said that Morocco will “continue its efforts to promote peace, justice, and coexistence in the Middle East, which will ensure security, stability, and brotherhood for all peoples living side by side.”
The letter also sent Bennett “warm greetings and best wishes for great success” following his entry into office this week.
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his appreciation for former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu upon his exit from office.
According to reports, the letter from Putin thanked Netanyahu for the “cooperation and mutual understanding between us for many years. I appreciate the great work you have invested in strengthening the ties between our nations in many areas,” he wrote. “Your capabilities and experience will always be an asset to Israel.” (TOI / VFI News)
“God, we ask that you bless the new administration with success and peace for the people of Israel and the region.”
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