London: relatives of Moroccan victims invited to Ambassador for Eid Ul-Fitr

The families of the Moroccan victims and the survivors of the fire in the Grenfell-tower were yesterday invited to the residence of the Moroccan Ambassador in London on the occasion of Eid Ul-Fitr.

This initiative of solidarity by the Moroccan authorities, which is part of the Royal instructions, brought comfort to the Moroccan families affected by the fire.

Accompanied by consul general Abderrahim Beyyoudh, repeated the Moroccan Ambassador in London Abdesselam Aboudrar its condolences and sympathy with all those who were affected by the tragedy.

The family members of the Moroccan families who have been affected by this tragedy, expressing their deep gratitude to King Mohammed VI for his concern and anxiety for the Moroccan community living in the United Kingdom is established.

Last week Tuesday organized the Moroccan Embassy in London an Iftar in a Community Centre in the British capital in solidarity with the survivors and family members of the victims of the fire that devastated the Grenfell-Tower.

Abdesselam Aboudrar and Abderrahim Beyyoudh also previously held a meeting with the Moroccan families who were affected by the Grenfell-disaster, reports Lefr360.

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