Moroccan Ambassador Attends Opening of French Language Week at IFI Building Jakarta


#; Keterangan Foto, The Kingdom of Morocco to Indonesia, H.E. Mr. Quadia Benabdella.
DETEKSIPOST.COM – Jakarta – Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Indonesia, H.E. Mr. Quadia Benabdella attended the Opening of the French Language Week organized by the French Embassy in collaboration with the embassies of French-speaking countries in Indonesia, held at the Auditorium Institute Francais Indonesia (IFI), Jl. MH. Thamrin No. 20 Central Jakarta, Monday, March 18 2019. In addition to the Ambassador of Morocco, the Ambassador of Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Lebanon, Serbia, Switzerland and Tunisia were also present.
These countries use French as one of the official languages ​​of their country. the Ambassadors were accompanied by their respective consular officers, including Mr. Mostafa Nakhlaoui from the Moroccan Embassy and Mr. Baghdadi Dhahbi from the Tunisian Embassy.
As is known that the French Embassy annually plans French Language Week activities, carried out by IFI institutions. This week-long activity will be filled with various activities with French nuances in various locations such as campuses and student communities in Jakarta and surrounding areas.
The opening of the French Language Week which took place from 18.30 to 20.30 WIB began with the appearance of the West Sumatra Dance Plate presented by students from the Syarief Hidayatullah State Islamic University in Jakarta. Furthermore, the remarks from the Moroccan Ambassador represented the Ambassador of the Francophonie Countries (French-speaking countries) and the French Ambassador as the host.
In his remarks, the Moroccan Ambassador expressed his gratitude and gratitude for the presence of the Ambassadors and invitees. Benabdella also hopes that through this event, friendship between Francophonie countries and with Indonesia will be even tighter, through the common language of instruction, namely French.
“We hope that friendship between Francophonie countries, as well as with the Indonesian state will be increasingly tightened through the use of French,” Ambassador Benabdella said in French fluent.
The event which was attended by millennial generations who filled the IFI Auditorium with a capacity of 150 people was then filled with a concert performance by Swiss musician Marc Aimon. the concert was quite interesting, bringing several songs in French, interspersed with interactive stories of Marc Aimon with an audience that seemed enthusiastic about following the appearance of the young musician.
“I enjoyed the performance of the Marc Aimon concert tonight,” said Lisa, a millennial girl who was present at this event. (APL / Red)