Togolese President Pays Tribute To HM The King For The Efficiency Of Morocco's Strategy Against Terrorism
The Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe paid tribute to HM King Mohammed VI, on Monday before the UN Security Council, for the efficiency of the Moroccan strategy against terrorism.
"I would like to pay tribute to His Majesty King Mohammed VI and to the Moroccan government for the efficiency of the strategy and the response" against terrorism, said the Togolese Head of State who chaired a meeting of the Security Council on the "challenges in the fight against terrorism in Africa in the context of maintaining peace and international security."
"We remember that there have been attacks (in Morocco) that we all condemned," said the President of Togo before the members of the UN SC, noting that since "the strategy has been implemented, measures have been taken and now we can say that terrorism was defeated there. "
He also praised the "readiness of Morocco to cooperate with other states and to share its experience so that they too can fight" this phenomenon.