Rabat - King Mohammed VI reiterated Morocco's adherence to the spirit and principles of the Arab Maghreb Union and to support all initiatives meant to secure its sustainability and dynamism as an unavoidable unifying framework.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI reiterated Morocco’s adherence to the spirit and principles of the Arab Maghreb Union and to support all initiatives meant to secure its sustainability and dynamism as an unavoidable unifying framework.
In congratulations messages to heads of state of the four other Maghreban countries (Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, and Tunisia) on the 25th anniversary of the Arab Maghreb Union establishment, the King says the UMA is needed to “take up common challenges facing the Maghreban peoples.”
Underlining the need to adhere to “the logic of solid economic and political groupings that reject puppet entities and only recognize unity foundations and history-engraved national constant values,” the sovereign notes that “the advent of this memorable anniversary, source of pride at its deep unification meanings, rises questions as to efforts made to preserve and accomplish this major historic gain, in accordance with objectives of the Marrakesh treaty, as a solid and solidarity union that meets the aspirations of its peoples to further integration.”
“The King prays the Almighty to inspire wisdom and insightfulness to the Maghreban leaders to consolidate the bases of the Maghreban edification and make of it a steer for joint development and progress of the five member-countries and a true guarantee of the unity, security and serenity of its brother people.”