King Harald welcomes King of Lesotho to Norway

haraldPhoto: Jørgen Gomnæs / The Royal Court

King Harald has welcomed King Letsie of Lesotho to Norway.

The Norwegian monarch hosted his African counterpart in an audience in his office. Crown Prince Haakon was also in attendance.

Ahead of the meeting, the trio posed for photographers in the Bird Room of Oslo’s Royal Palace.

King Letsie is currently visiting Nordic countries to discuss green solutions and renewable energy due to the use of wind and hydro turbines in those countries.

His Majesty, 60, plans to have meetings with the NHO and the Norwegian-African Business Association while in Norway.

Letsie III has been on the throne since the 1990s after his father died in a car crash in 1996.

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