King Praises Charity Workers

King Praises Charity Workers – Felipe VIth praised charity workers for their efforts during the recent bad weather in his annual Christmas Eve speech

King Praises Charity Workers

The King of Spain, Felipe the VIth, has praised charity workers for their hard work during the recent bad weather.  He thanked those who braved the storms to help with rescue operations, in hospitals, schools, and those who assisted the vulnerable.  Two people died on the Costa Del Sol due to the severe weather conditions, the King telephoned local officials at the time to offer his support.

 

In his annual address, the King also called for unity in Spain.  He asked for citizens to respect each other, as he condemned intolerance.  He spoke of coexistence between the young and old, men and women, and in the workplace.  “Intolerance and exclusion cannot exist in the Spain of today” he said, as he encouraged people to build on the diversity of thought “that makes Spain great”.

Written by Dave James

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King Praises Charity Workers

King Praises Charity Workers

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