King Mohammed VI of Morocco has sent a message to President Mohammad Abdul Hamid, expressing his warm congratulations and sincere wishes for health, happiness and more progress and prosperity to the brotherly Bangladeshi people.
Morocco’s King Mohammed VI sent a congratulatory message to the President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Mohammad Abdul Hamid, on the occasion of his country’s Independence Day, yesterday, Friday 26 March 2021. In this message, the Cherifian sovereign expresses his warm congratulations and sincere wishes of health and happiness to President Abdul Hamid and more progress and prosperity to the brotherly Bangladeshi people.
King Mohammed VI seizes this opportunity to express his pride in the strong fraternal ties uniting the two countries and in the fruitful and constructive cooperative relations that the two leaders are striving to consecrate and strengthen to meet the aspirations of the two brotherly peoples.
Located in the northern Bay of Bengal, almost landlocked in India, Bangladesh shares a small border with Burma. This country on the Indian subcontinent gained its independence on 26 March 1971. Its first President, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, a politician and founding father of Bangladesh, was assassinated on 15 August 1975 in Dhaka.
The current President Mohammad Abdul Hamid, 77, is the 19th leader in the history of this nation of over 162,650,853 people. He was elected President of the Republic on 22 April 2013, being the only candidate. He was re-elected on 7 February 2018 for a second term, again as the sole candidate.