AA / Rabat
Morocco’s Foreign Minister, Moroccan Minister for African Cooperation and Abroad, Nasser Borida and his British envoy Liz Truss discussed in London on Wednesday the strengthening of relations between the two countries, particularly on economic and security plans.
This is according to a joint press release issued at the end of the 3rd session of the Strategic Dialogue between Morocco and the United Kingdom, according to the Moroccan Press Agency (MAP / official).
The two ministers “reaffirmed their common vision to establish a strategic partnership between the two countries by strengthening political dialogue, deepening economic ties and security cooperation and enhancing human and cultural ties,” the joint statement said.
Both parties have formed a subcommittee on trade, investment, services, agriculture, fisheries, health and botany, and customs.
The two senior officials also stressed the need to strengthen economic ties between Rabat and London by encouraging British companies to study investment opportunities in various sectors in Morocco.
Bourita and Truss reaffirmed their commitment to pursue joint coordination in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic and climate change.
The report said the United Kingdom, through the voice of its diplomatic leader, praised Morocco’s contribution to regional and international efforts to combat terrorism.
Rabat and London also revealed that they “deepen their dialogue and cooperation in the field of cybersecurity” and “improve their business by nearly 2 2 billion a year”.
* Translated by Majdi Ismail from Arabic
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