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Morocco participatesáin London's "Women's Growth and Stabilty forum" showcasing achievements ofáArab womená
02/06/2014

Moroccoáhas takenápart in an ArabáWomen's forum,áconvened onáMay 30-31 in London with the support of the Mayor of London, dedicated to payingá tribute to Arab women who have excelled in the social, cultural, political, economic, and artistic fields. The meetingáwas attended by several influential female leaders, including representatives of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Saudia Arabia,áOman, Qatar, Bahrain, Yemen, and Iraq.

The Kingdom of Moroccoáwas represented at this event by Mrs Zineb El Adaoui, the first woman Wali in Morocco, Mrs Souad Talsi, CCME member and first Moroccan woman to be granted an MBE by the HM Queen Elizabeth II, as well as fashion designeráNabiha Ghiati.áThrough theiráparticipation,áthe pioneering and diverse achievements made by Moroccan women in the political, social, economic and cultural fields were showcased in the .

The Keynote speech wasádeliveredáat the opening of the Forum by MrsáZineb El Adaoui, Wali of the Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen region, governor of the province of KÚnitra, who underlined the special interest by HM King Mohammed VI in the issue of women and the promotion of their rights which have been constantly reinforced since the enthronement of the sovereign. Thanks to HM the King's solicitude for Moroccan women and their empowerment, woman can now make achievements in all areas of life, whether economically, politically, socially or culturally, she said. Under the reign of HM the King, Moroccan women are holding high-ranking positions which enabled to strengthen their status within society and make it a model in the Arab-Muslim world, she added.

Morocco's participation to this event was actively supported by the Ambassadoráof HMáThe King to the court of St James, HH Princess Lalla Joumala, as well as the Consultative Counciláfor Moroccans Abroad (CCME
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