London - Parliamentary democracy has become the driving force of Moroccan-British relations, Morocco's Ambassador to the United Kingdom Lalla Joumala said.
London – Parliamentary democracy has become the driving force of Moroccan-British relations, Morocco’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom Lalla Joumala said.
Speaking at a reception, held Tuesday night at Porticulis House in the presence of UK Minister for North Africa and the Middle East Tobias Ellwood and several deputies, Lalla Joumala said that parliamentary democracy has given strong impetus to bilateral cooperation in all areas and promoted the strengthening of relations between the legislative bodies of both countries.
In this regard, she recalled the exchange of visits between Moroccan and British parliamentarians, hailing the role played in this respect by the British Westminster Foundation for Democracy.
She also highlighted the valuable contribution made by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Morocco for the development and promotion of relations between the two countries that share the same values of peace, democracy, solidarity and tolerance.