Lima - Peruvian president Ollanta Humala applauded on Monday the level of cooperation existing between his country and Morocco, both at the bilateral and multilateral levels.
Lima – Peruvian president Ollanta Humala applauded on Monday the level of cooperation existing between his country and Morocco, both at the bilateral and multilateral levels.
In a message on the occasion of celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, held under the patronage of King Mohammed VI, President Humala praised bilateral cooperation between the two countries as well as within the South America-Arab world summit and the Alliance of the Pacific of which Morocco is an observer-member.
The message, read out by general director of the state protocol, Alfredo Castro Perez Caneto, also hails the continuous progression of ties between the two countries since they establish diplomatic relations on June 18, 1964, on the basis of reciprocal trust, friendship and understanding.
The Peruvian president also stressed that both countries are adopting a policy of openness onto the world, progress, development and social inclusion, recalling his country’s decision to open a trade office in Casablanca, as a contribution to the consolidation of trade relations between the two countries.
The message was read out during an official ceremony held at the Inca Garcilaso cultural center at the foreign affairs ministry in Lima, in the presence of Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation Salaheddine Mezouar and Peruvian peer Eda Rivas, as well as members of the diplomatic corps and other figures.