On the instructions of the King, Supreme Leader and Chief of General Staff of the FAR, Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan presides at the Royal College of Higher Military Education in Kenitra at the graduation ceremony of the 23rd class of the higher defense course and the 57th promotion of the General Staff of the Royal Armed Forces course.
On his arrival at the Royal College for Higher Military Education, the Crown Prince was greeted by the Major General, Inspector General of the FAR and Commander of the Southern Zone, the Brigadier General, Director of CREMS and the Colonel-Major, Commander delegate of the Place de Kénitra, before reviewing a detachment of the Royal Air Forces which paid the honours.
Moulay El Hassan was then greeted by the General of the Army Corps, Commander of the Royal Gendarmerie, the Senior Officers of the General Staff of the FAR, the Wali of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra Region, the Governor of the province of Kénitra, the Dean of the military attachés near the embassies accredited to the Kingdom, and the professors of the teaching body.
On this occasion, the Brigadier General, Director of CREMS presented to the Crown Prince the annual report of the activities of the Royal College, presented him with the best research papers from the promotion of the Higher Defense Course and the 1st issue of the Review and the CREMS plaque, before announcing the results obtained by the trainee officers.
Moulay El Hassan proceeded, thereafter, to the delivery of the patents of the higher military education with grade of master specialized in national defense and diplomas of Staff respectively to the trainee Officers of the Higher Course of Defense and the Course State -Major, before posing for a souvenir photo with the two outgoing promotions.
The 23rd promotion of the Higher Defense Course and the 57th promotion of the General Staff Course have 285 graduates, including 56 Officers from 24 brotherly and friendly countries of the Kingdom, namely: the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Spain, the the State of the United Arab Emirates, the State of Qatar, and the Republics of Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea Conakry, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, DR-Congo, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo and Chad.