Copenhagen - Morocco and Denmark have expressed their willingness to give new impetus to bilateral cooperation in various fields on the occasion of their political consultations, held Wednesday in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen – Morocco and Denmark have expressed their willingness to give new impetus to bilateral cooperation in various fields on the occasion of their political consultations, held Wednesday in Copenhagen.
“We have very good relations with Denmark and we hope to further consolidate these ties,” Minister Delegate for Foreign Affairs Mbarka Bouaida said following a meeting with her Danish peer Kim Jorgensen, stressing the importance to build on existing assets for a strengthened partnership.
A pioneer in the field of clean energy, the Nordic country is particularly interested in Morocco’s ambitious projects in sustainable energy.
For Copenhagen, the Kingdom could serve as a hub to Africa for Danish Industries, renowned for their pioneering technology solutions in areas such as clean energy and the protection of water resources.
Cooperation in the field of human development has also been a component examined by the two parties during this meeting.
At the multilateral level, Bouaida and her Danish peer highlighted the “excellent partnership” between the Kingdom and the Scandinavian country.
The EU neighborhood policy and the means to improve it in the light of the Moroccan experience and Denmark’s contribution as a member of the EU have also been addressed in these political consultations.
Both parties examined the means to consider political dialogue with the Nordic Council, composed of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland, in a bid to build on the experience of this regional body in promoting the integration of Maghreb countries.
During this meeting, Bouaida also underlined the latest developments in the Sahara issue and the tireless efforts of the Kingdom for a quick solution to this regional dispute, highlighting the important reforms made by the kingdom politically ad in terms of promotion democracy and human rights.