Moroccan King to meet with U.S President Trump

King Mohammed VI
King Mohammed VI
King Mohammed VI

King Mohammed VI of Morocco is expected to meet with the U.S President Donald Trump on Sunday during his private visit to the United States, Jeune Afrique reports.

American President Donald Trump will chair a luncheon in honor of King Mohammed VI in Florida on Sunday.

The King of Morocco arrived in Miami, Florida on Thursday, April 13th. According to sources close to the Palace, he must meet with US President Donald Trump this weekend.

The king of Morocco will thus be the second African head of state to meet Donald Trump, after the Egyptian president Abdefettah Al-Sissi.

According to World Moroccan News, no communique has been issued by either the Moroccan Ministry of foreign affairs or the State Department to confirm the information reported by Jeune Afrique.