Establishment of the Honorary Consulate of Morocco in Dublin

Establishment of the Honorary Consulate of Morocco in Dublin

Michael J., Honorary Consul of Morocco in Dublin. Morocco’s ambassador to Ireland Lahsen Maharoi appointed Hollande at his new ceremony on Wednesday.

This honorary position is likely to further support the work of the Kingdom Embassy in Dublin, which has been “promoted as part of its economic diplomacy, promoted as a regional hub and special investment platform in Ireland, Morocco.”

The desire to give a new impetus to bilateral economic relations will be accompanied by the assistance of the new Honorary Consul in other areas of common interest such as cooperation in cultural, academic and scientific matters.

Mr Maharoi warmly congratulated the new Consul on his “very worthy appointment”, acknowledging his extraordinary career, his many professional and personal talents as an Irish businessman and investor, and his proven success in the field.

The diplomat invited Irish economic operators to return to Morocco with a view to winning and concluding strong trade partnerships and building bridges of solid, dynamic and sustainable communication.

While acknowledging the many achievements of the Kingdom Embassy in Dublin in various aspects of Morocco-Ireland cooperation, Michael J. Holland, Honorary Consul of Morocco in Dublin expressed his warm thanks for this honorable appointment.

Mr. Holland is a successful entrepreneur in the hospitality and real estate industries, and is also the Director of Orbis Ireland, an NGO that supports ophthalmology and operates regularly in southern Ethiopia.

The installation ceremony was marked by the presence of Irish officials and businessmen, who were allowed to screen institutional films of the new financial brand “Morocco Now”.

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