FM Holds Talks with Irish Counterpart
Rabat – Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad Nasser Bourita held, on Tuesday, a teleconference with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense of Ireland Simon Coveney.
During this meeting, the two ministers lauded the excellent relations between the two countries and stressed the importance of further strengthening them, through the intensification of political consultations, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad in a press release.
The two ministers welcomed the recent holding of Morocco’s Economic Week in Ireland, which is part of the development of the bilateral economic partnership and with a view to its opening up to Africa and other regions of the world, added the same source.
Bourita and Coveney praised the upcoming opening of the Irish Embassy in Morocco and the appointment of an Irish Ambassador residing in Morocco.
Coveney reiterated Ireland’s support for the strategic partnership between the European Union and Morocco and expressed his support to Morocco for its serious and credible efforts for stability and development in the region, said the same source.
The two ministers agreed to continue their exchanges and consultations on regional and international issues of common interest, such as Libya and the Sahel, it said, noting that they confirmed their interest in continuing their consultations within multilateral and international bodies, notably the UN.
Last modified : 20 avril 2021