Rabat - The Moroccan-French relation recovered, over the past months, all its usual vigor and serenity, said on Tuesday in Rabat France's ambassador to Morocco Charles Fries, on the occasion of commemorating France's national day (July 14).
Rabat – The Moroccan-French relation recovered, over the past months, all its usual vigor and serenity, said on Tuesday in Rabat France’s ambassador to Morocco Charles Fries, on the occasion of commemorating France’s national day (July 14).
During a reception organized at France’s residence, Fries said that a new confident and ambitious dynamic of cooperation was launched between Morocco and France in all areas, following the meeting early February of the president of the Republic with HM King Mohammed VI, a revival that was made possible thanks to the conclusion of an agreement that “would help our judiciaries work together while respecting our laws and international commitments.”
He also voiced satisfaction with this text which was voted for by the national assembly late June and will be adopted this Wednesday by the French senate, noting that its parallel approval by the Moroccan parliament will help its enforcement.
A new chapter in the Moroccan-French cooperation was written in 2015, he said, adding that this relation is exceptional due to its richness and diversity, as show the visits paid to Rabat by French ministers of foreign affairs, interior and finance, in addition to the prime minister.
The reception was attended mainly by the head of government, the speaker of the house of representatives and government officials.