Ministry of Tourism: Transfer of powers between Fatim-Zahra Ammor and Nadia Fettah Alaoui

The handover ceremony between Mrs. Fatim-Zahra Ammor, whom HM King Mohammed VI appointed Minister of Tourism, Crafts and Social and Solidarity Economy and his predecessor Nadia Fettah Alaoui, took place on Friday in Rabat. Speaking at this ceremony, Ms. Ammor said she was proud of the Royal confidence placed in her person, wishing that the achievements be up to the Guidelines of His Majesty the King and the aspirations and expectations of citizens. “I am happy with the confidence that Her Majesty has placed in me, especially at the head of such a strategic ministry for the country,” she said, expressing her wish to live up to this responsibility. → Read also: Transfer of powers between Mohamed Mehdi Bensaid and Othman El Firdaouss Tourism, continued Ms. Ammor, is a sector that has suffered enormously over the past two years, noting that it will need all the necessary momentum to be able to restart in the best conditions. In this sense, she assured that she will work to continue the efforts made to promote this ministry capable of creating a dynamic that meets the aspirations of the sector. For her part, Ms. Fettah Alaoui congratulated Ms. Ammor for the Royal confidence placed in her, while wishing her every success in her new missions at the head of the ministry. She said she was confident that Ms. Ammor will bring added value to this ministry, also commending the expertise, support, efforts and collective action of ministry staff. (With MAP)