Dutch news website chooses King of Morocco Mohamed VI as 'Man of the week'

The Dutch news website "NRC" chose the Moroccan King, Mohammed VI, "the man of the week" due to his latest exceptional decisions that garnered praise for him which is related to his interventions to facilitate the transit of the Moroccans living abroad to the homeland by giving instructions to airline companies to reduce prices.

The Dutch newspaper said that the selection of King Mohammed VI as the "man of the week" came because his decisions enabled millions of Moroccans residing abroad to see their family members again, as the king gave instructions to airline companies to reduce flight prices, and this was done successfully.

The NRC, which used to choose every week a figure thanks to the positive decisions it takes, added that the prices of flights have dropped dramatically from thousands of euros to between 100 and 150 euros, and the result was long queues of travelers and thousands of reservations in less than 24 hours.

The royal decisions and instructions aroused great praise, especially from members of the Moroccan community residing abroad, who praised what King Mohammed VI had done for them, and thanks to him, everyone is now able to go home to spend the summer vacation and meet with family and loved ones.

Also, the decisions and instructions of King Mohammed VI did not stop at the flights, as he gave other instructions to compensate the members of the Moroccan community who will come to the homeland through sea voyages from France, Italy, and perhaps even Portugal.

It is expected that these decisions will have a significant positive impact on the economic recovery of the Kingdom of Morocco during the summer through tourism, especially since the impact of the entry of millions of members of the community is very large on the national economy.

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