Crans Montana Forum awards prizes for international figures committed to peace and freedom
PERSISMA, Dakhla – The 27th Crans Montana Forum, held on March 17-22 in Dakhla, awarded, on Friday, prizes to several foreign figures for their tireless efforts and laudable actions in favor of peace, human dignity and freedom.
During a ceremony chaired by health minister El Houssaine Louardi, the Forum’s council granted the 2016 Foundation Prize to the first lady of Afghanistan Rula Ghani who brought a human touch to the management of public affairs in her country.
In addition, golden medals were given to several personalities for their adherence to the Forum’s values, namely: Polish John Abraham Godson who is a human rights activist and a former MP, foreign minister of the Republic of Vanuatu Bruno Leingkone and former environment minister of the Solomon Islands John Moffat Fugui.
On this occasion, the 2016 excellence label was given to the Port of Dakar.