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Morocco: FM Holds Talks With Ivorian Counterpart

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Rabat — Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, Nasser Bourita, on Tuesday held talks by videoconference with the Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Integration and the Diaspora, Kandia Kamissoko Camara.

The two ministers welcomed the relations of friendship and cooperation between Morocco and Côte d’Ivoire, under the leadership of the heads of state of the two countries, HM King Mohammed VI and H.E. Alassane Ouattara, says the ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement.

The two sides, who welcomed bilateral relations, marked by fraternity and solidarity, underlined that these relations cover the areas of education, infrastructure, construction, agribusiness, energy, religion, housing and banking.

They also commended the level of execution of bilateral agreements signed during the various visits of the two Heads of State.

The two sides reaffirmed, on this occasion, the will of the two Heads of State to strengthen, deepen and broaden bilateral relations.

Bourita reiterated Morocco’s thanks to Côte d’Ivoire for its unwavering and strong support for Morocco’s territorial integrity, in particular through its clear positions in favor of the Moroccan Sahara, in regional and international bodies and through its actions on the ground with the opening of a Consulate General in Laayoune in February 2020, as well as the support of Morocco’s action after the securing operation of the crossing border post of El Guerguarate between Morocco and Mauritania, the statement added.

Kamissoko Camara reaffirmed on this occasion her country’s strong support for a negotiated, consensual and final political solution to the dispute over the Moroccan Sahara and for compliance with decision 693, adopted at the level of African Heads of State, at the African Union Summit in Nouakchott, in July 2018, which reaffirmed the exclusivity of the United Nations as a framework for the search for a political, mutually acceptable, realistic, pragmatic and lasting solution to the Sahara issue.