The two countries will work, in a positive spirit and with ambition, to give more vigor to their bilateral relations, said Wednesday in New York, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad. Nasser Bourita.
“His Majesty the King’s Instructions are clear: Morocco considers Spain a trusted partner and ally. We are going to work in a positive spirit to implement, with ambition, all the commitments defined by HM the King and the President of the Spanish government so that these relations are vigorous,” Bourita said in a statement to the press. of his talks with his Spanish counterpart, José Manuel Albares.
Relations between Rabat and Madrid, as HM the King said, have taken a new and unprecedented step, based on mutual respect, strong ambition, in addition to the implementation of common commitments in the service of the interests of both countries. and in favor of regional peace and stability, he underlined.
The Minister also indicated that the talks with his Spanish counterpart were an opportunity to take stock of what has been achieved under the Joint Declaration at the end of discussions between His Majesty King Mohammed VI and the President of the Spanish Government. , Pedro Sánchez, and the audience granted to him by HM the King last April.
“We have seen that several points contained in this Declaration have been achieved,” he said, adding that all the working groups have met four times and are due to hold two more meetings next month.
Mr. Bourita also highlighted the dynamics of visits between the ministers of the two countries, focused on a multitude of strategic sectors.
He indicated in this regard that the two parties have agreed to convene the High Joint Commission before the end of the current year, stressing that this meeting will mark an important stage in the dynamics of Moroccan-Spanish relations.
Held on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, these talks between MM. Bourita and Albares took place in the presence of the Ambassador Permanent Representative of Morocco to the UN, Omar Hilale, the Ambassador Director General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Fouad Yazourh, and the Ambassador, Director General of the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation, Mohamed Methqal.