Sunday, December 11, 2022 – 05:20
Ambassador Ahmed Rashid Khattabi, Assistant Secretary General for Media and Communications of the Arab League, confirmed that the unprecedented achievement of the Moroccan national team at the World Cup in Qatar on Saturday is in line with the philosophy of Morocco, King Mohammed VI’s leadership of the need to believe in the African continent’s own capabilities and strive to progress in all areas, including sports.
Ambassador Khattabi added in a statement to MAP that this great African solidarity with the Moroccan national team reflects a firm and constant dimension of solidarity in Morocco’s diplomatic actions towards the countries of the continent.
In this regard, he recalled the diplomatic steps taken by Morocco in various international forums aimed at protecting the vital interests of Africa and giving it a status corresponding to its own abilities and qualifications, as well as pride in African culture and belonging to it.
He said that Morocco’s victory today against one of the strongest international teams represents a bright and unprecedented moment in the history of Arab and African football and is the result of the continued personal support of the king of sports in general, as well as tight supervision. national team of Morocco.
He noted that the Moroccan national team dedicated its presence to adults, since in the modern world, competitions between nations also take place in sports arenas.
The Moroccan diplomat praised the level of good organization of the championship, which is held for the first time on Arab soil, stressing that Qatar has amazed the world with such a tough organization at all levels.
He concluded that Morocco’s string of victories at the World Cup in Qatar demonstrated an excellent and energetic football performance at the highest level of professionalism and skill, as well as the high patriotic spirit that made Morocco famous, stressing that the tournament also strengthened the bonds between harmony, calmness and Arab solidarity in order to adequately and adequately show the Arab group.