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Uganda Commends Moroccan Religious Model Based on Values of Tolerance, Openness and Cooperation


  23 Février      43        Society (33429),

   

Kampala, 23/02/2024 (MAP) – Uganda’s deputy Prime Minister, Lukia Isanga Nakadama, has commended Morocco’s religious model, based on the values of tolerance, openness and cooperation.

Lukia Isanga Nakadama, who received a delegation from the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema at the Prime Minister’s Office in Kampala, underlined the depth of Moroccan-Ugandan relations, praising the Moroccan religious model, which is based on the values of tolerance, openness and cooperation, according to a statement by the Foundation.

The Ugandan deputy Prime Minister also expressed her country’s desire to strengthen cooperation with the Kingdom of Morocco and benefit from its experience in the religious and cultural fields.

On behalf of the Moroccan delegation, Othman Sqalli Houssaini, Chargé de mission at the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema, gave the Ugandan official an overview of the Foundation’s history, as well as its objectives, which focus on uniting African Ulema and enshrining the values of tolerance and coexistence, in line with the Vision of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, May God Preserve Him, who attaches particular importance to spiritual stability and development in Africa.

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