King Felipe VI has spoken by telephone in the last hours with the King of Morocco, Mohamed VI, about the health crisis that has generated the expansion of Covid-19 and international solidarity to deal with this pandemic, reported from Casa Real.
This conversation follows the one that both monarchs had in mid-March, after the neighboring country decreed the suspension of air and sea connections with Spain and the closure of the border crossings of Ceuta and Melilla.
In recent weeks, the Kings of Spain have spoken with the President of the United States, Donald Trump and the First Lady, and with the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and his wife, in Paris, two days before the declaration. of the alarm state.
The King has already maintained contact also with the Emperor Naruhito of Japan and with four other European and Mediterranean heads of state, from Portugal, Italy, Israel and Tunisia, in addition to the heads of multinational organizations such as the UN and WHO.
In all the conversations, the evolution of the pandemic and the need and willingness to combat it have been analyzed through common and global collaboration, they explained from the Royal Household.
CASTILLA Y LEÓN AND ANDALUCÍA
On the other hand, the King has also spoken today with two provincial security officers, in Castilla y León and Andalucía. Don Felipe has had a telephone conversation with the Provincial Chief Commissioner of León, Miguel Ángel de Diego, and with Lieutenant Colonel Juan Carretero, Chief of the Civil Guard Command in Córdoba, whom he has asked to congratulate everyone on his behalf. officers for their work against the pandemic.
Both have explained the situation in their respective demarcations, through the tasks that national police, civil guards and officials have had to intensify.
Don Felipe has valued the effort being made by the State Security Forces and Bodies to enforce the regulations of the state of alarm and, at the same time, to collaborate with many social needs that have multiplied during the general confinement of the population.