Mohammed, who has ruled since his father Hassan's death in July 1999, would resume his normal activities after a period of rest prescribed by his doctors, according to an official statement issued at the time.
The king's lengthy absence stirred rumours on social media and also raised questions in diplomatic and business circles.
A frequent visitor to France, Mohammed's first official function since the operation was an April 10 meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron. He did not, however, attend the Arab summit held Sunday in the Saudi city of Dhahran.
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