Rabat - Tunisian foreign minister Mounji Hamidi commended on Thursday the constant support extended by King Mohammed VI to his country's democratic transition.
Rabat – Tunisian foreign minister Mounji Hamidi commended on Thursday the constant support extended by King Mohammed VI to his country’s democratic transition.
“Morocco has always been a strategic partner for Tunisia,” he said in a press briefing following a meeting with Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Salaheddine Mezouar.
He added that his country wants to benefit from Morocco’s experience in all fields, stressing that his meeting with Mezouar reviewed means to consolidate relations between the two North African countries.
The Moroccan official noted that the meeting, which took place in the presence of delegate-minister for foreign affairs and cooperation, Mbarka Bouaida, was an opportunity to congratulate the Tunisians for the adoption of a new constitution, adding that Tunisia wants to benefit from Moroccan reconciliation experience as well as from its expertise in economic and social fields.
The two countries also wish to give new impetus to the Arab Maghreb Union, added Mezouar.
The Tunisian foreign minister is part of the Tunisian premier’s delegation that started on Wednesday a two-day official visit to Morocco, one week after his country officially adopted a new constitution.
The visit is meant to consolidate the longstanding political, economic and social ties between the two countries.