Rachad Bouhlal, ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to the United States, presents a proclamation to Miami Dade College President Eduardo Padrón naming him Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Morocco. The ceremony took place at Tuyo, the restaurant at MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute, on Tuesday morning.
Rachad Bouhlal, ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to the United States, presents a proclamation to Miami Dade College President Eduardo Padrón naming him Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Morocco. The ceremony took place at Tuyo, the restaurant at MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute, on Tuesday morning. El Nuevo Herald
Rachad Bouhlal, ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to the United States, presents a proclamation to Miami Dade College President Eduardo Padrón naming him Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Morocco. The ceremony took place at Tuyo, the restaurant at MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute, on Tuesday morning. El Nuevo Herald

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