Wednesday , October 5 2022

Morocco is hosting the “Arab World – Russia 2021” forum


Rabat and Moscow stress stress the need to respect the Sahara ceasefire

Rabat announces to host Morocco Arab World Forum – Russia in 2021 Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Borita will visit Moscow next year to attend the eighth session of the Joint Government Committee between Morocco and Russia.

The Moroccan Foreign Ministry said Russia and Morocco had expressed the need for “all parties” to the regional conflict over the Moroccan Sahara in order to respect the ceasefire and continue their full involvement in the political process. The statement was made during a telephone conversation between the Foreign Minister, the African Minister of Foreign Affairs, Moroccans living abroad, Nasser Borita and Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov.

This is the third telephone conversation between Moroccan and Russian ministers. The Moroccan Foreign Ministry said in a statement that this reflected the confidence and accuracy of the dialogue and the Gutian talks between Morocco and Russia over the past three months.

Moroccan and Russian officials praised the positive dynamics that witnessed bilateral relations within the framework of the strategic partnership demanded by King Mohammed VI and President Vladimir Putin.

Borita and Lavrov exchanged views on the forthcoming sessions of the eighth session of the Joint Government Committee between Morocco and Russia in 2021 and Lavrov’s visit to Morocco to strengthen political dialogue between the two countries and the forthcoming achievements on the bilateral agenda. Russia to attend Arab World Forum – next session 2021 in Morocco

In this context, the two ministers recently renewed the fisheries agreement between Rabat and Moscow for four years.

The Moroccan-Russian talks also elaborated on regional and international issues of mutual interest, and the Russian Minister commended Morocco’s efforts in connection with the Libyan file in light of the Libyan meetings held in Bosnica. Both ministers ressed the need to increase the spatiality of international efforts.

The statement said Borita and Lavrov had renewed their commitment to continue working together in Africa to achieve stability and development across the continent, especially in the Sahel region, in the spirit of Moroccan-Russian strategic partnership.

On the other hand, Dutch Foreign Minister Steve Bloc said that the measures taken by Morocco were in response to the siege imposed by the Polisario Front across the Guerrero border.

In response to a question from one of his country’s envoys yesterday, the Dutch diplomat said, “The intervention of the Moroccan army on November 13 is a response to the closure of the Guerrero border.” He described the EU’s High Representative as a Member of the European Union (EU) for its commitment to respecting the ceasefire, protecting freedom of movement, safeguarding trade freedom across borders in the Guerrero region, as well as its return to the sponsored political process. United Nations.

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