Rabat - King Mohammed VI on Tuesday held a phone conversation with Egyptian President, Abdelfettah Al Sissi, the King's Office said.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI on Tuesday held a phone conversation with Egyptian President, Abdelfettah Al Sissi, the King’s Office said.
During this conversation, the two Heads of State lauded the strong ties between Morocco and Egypt marked by solidarity, reaffirming their commitment to preserve these relations against any attempt to harm or disturb them, the King’s Office said in a statement.
King Mohammed VI and the Egyptian president stressed the need to encourage the initiatives of Moroccan and Egyptian stakeholders to promote bilateral ties and hoist them to the level of a strategic partnership in a bid to guarantee the defense of common interests and consolidate the development process in both countries.
According to the statement, the two Heads of State agreed to keep open direct channels of contact between the Royal Palace and the Presidency of the Republic, as well as between the governments of both countries and through the two ambassadors.
The Sovereign renewed his invitation to the Egyptian President to pay a visit to Morocco.
For his part, the Egyptian president invited anew the King to pay an official visit to Egypt.