Brussels- Belgian foreign minister Didier Reynders said his country is keen on opening new perspectives in its relations with Morocco.
“Frienship, cooperation and collaboration between Morocco and Belgium are already very strong and new perspectives need to be opened”, the head of the Belgian diplomacy told the media at the end of a meeting with Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation Salaheddine Mezouar.
He stressed that the two countries need to find concrete ways to develop bilateral ties at various levels, noting that the celebration in 2014 of 50 years of Moroccan migration in Belgium will be an opportunity to discuss new exchange opportunities, assess evolutions and reforms in Morocco and ponder on issues of common interest such as the management of migration flows.
He also hoped that Maghreban countries will succeed in achieving integration.
For Mezouar, Morocco and Belgium are aspiring to give a new impetus to developing their relations, by deepening political dialog and the creation of a common economic grouping.