Morocco and the United Kingdom reiterate the importance of prioritizing a map

Morocco and the United Kingdom reiterated on Friday the importance of defining the priorities of the joint roadmap for the post-Coalition period in line with the desired strategic partnership between the two countries.

During a video conference interview with Foreign, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, Mr. Nasser Borita and Foreign Minister of the Middle East and North Africa at the United Kingdom Office on Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth and International Development. James wisely acknowledged the significance of the historic relations between Morocco and the United Kingdom, and reiterated the importance of defining the priorities of the post-Govt.

In this case, MM. The current bilateral agenda, which has been marked by a number of deadlines, has been warmly welcomed, especially by the implementation of the Brexit post-union agreement, the implementation of the Union Council and the programming of the 3rd Session of the Strategic Dialogue in London.

The two ministers stressed the importance of strengthening political dialogue and bilateral economic partnership, which opened the door to new value chains of cooperation such as innovative axes and the green economy, especially in the context of the next COP26.

During this meeting, Mr. Wisely praised the enlightened vision of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, which is distinguished by its openness, progress and dynamism of modernity, while at the same time welcoming the new development model adopted by the Kingdom and promoting advanced regionalization.

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He paid tribute to Morocco as a pillar of regional stability and a privileged partner in Africa.

In this regard, both parties acknowledged the importance of further promoting triangular cooperation with Africa, mainly in the economic and investment sectors.

They welcomed the coordination led by Morocco and the United Kingdom at the multilateral level and agreed to continue their dialogue on regional and international common interests, especially the situation in Libya and the Sahel.

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