Al-Araji visits the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Baghdad and offers condolences on the tragedy of the earthquake

The National Security Advisor, Qasim Al-Araji, accompanied by a delegation from the National Security Advisory, visited today, Sunday, the building of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Baghdad, to offer condolences to the victims of the violent earthquake that struck a number of cities in the Kingdom.

Al-Araji and his accompanying delegation, according to the Chancellery’s statement, were received by the Moroccan Chargé d’Affaires in Baghdad, where Al-Araji recited Surah Al-Fatihah, expressing his mercy for the souls of the victims of the painful earthquake tragedy, offering condolences and sympathy to the Kingdom of Morocco, its king, government and people, wishing the injured a speedy and complete recovery, praying for Al-Bari demonstrated his ability to help brotherly Morocco overcome this tragedy and painful loss.

Al-Araji recorded in his visit log expressions of condolences and sympathy to His Majesty King Mohammed VI and the brotherly Moroccan people, along with a condolence telegram in which he conveyed the solidarity and solidarity of the Iraqi government and people with his brothers in brotherly Morocco.

For his part, the Moroccan Chargé d’Affairs in Baghdad extended thanks and gratitude to the Iraqi government for its solidarity and sincere fraternal positions with the Kingdom in this great tragedy.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency