King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolence and compassion to the family members of journalist Fahd Yata, who died on Saturday at the age of 69.
In this message, the Sovereign claims to have learned with deep emotion the sad news of the death of the great journalist Fahd Yata, stressing that with his death, the national media scene loses one of its pioneers, recognized for his commitment, his professionalism and its self-denial, as well as for its contribution to the development of the written press and to the consolidation of the noble image of the profession and its ethics.
In this painful circumstance, the King expresses to the members of the deceased’s family and to his relatives, and through them to his large journalistic and academic family, as well as to his friends and admirers, his deep condolences and his sincere feelings of compassion. following this trial, the divine will being unstoppable, imploring the Most High to grant them patience and comfort.
Recalling with esteem the qualities of the deceased, his sincere patriotism and his attachment to the sacred values and constants of the Nation, the Sovereign implores the Almighty to welcome the late Fahd Yata in His vast paradise and to remunerate him amply for the services praiseworthy to his homeland and to his society, as well as for the good works he has accomplished.