King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain will not visit Morocco until March, reported Spanish media.
The visit, which was scheduled for January 9 was postponed until next March, according to Spanish news outlet Teinteresa.es.
A source from the Spanish Ministry of Interior said that “the state trip will take place next March as the exact dates will be specified later.”
The Spanish Monarchs’ visit aimed at discussing cultural and business opportunities with King Mohammed VI.
Felipe of Spain was also expected to participate along with King Mohammed VI in the inauguration of the Morocco-Spain Economic Council, which will see the participation of about 200 Spanish and Moroccan high-level businessmen at the General Confederation of Enterprises of Morocco (CGEM) in Casablanca.
The Morocco-Spain Economic Council aims to further boost the economic partnership between the two kingdoms. The Spanish Monarchs will be accompanied on their visit by the Spanish Foreign Minister, Alfonso Dastis.
The Spanish Monarchs last visit to morocco dates back to 2014. They were received by King Mohammed VI and Princess Lalla Salma in an Iftar, attended by more than three hundred guests.