Rabat - King Abdullah II of Jordan will visit Morocco next week at the invitation of King Mohammed VI.
Rabat – King Abdullah II of Jordan will visit Morocco next week at the invitation of King Mohammed VI.
Queen Rania will accompany the Jordanian king on the official visit, which will further strengthen economic and political relations between the two countries, according to a government source cited by Le360.
Talks will be held on economic cooperation and the political situation in the Arab world, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The two kings lead important organizations in East Jerusalem; the Moroccan king chairs a committee in charge of preserving the cultural heritage of the holy city, while Jordan maintains the Al-Aqsa mosque.
The kings’ countries also participated in a special meeting with the Gulf Cooperation Council earlier this month, during which the council and Jordan affirmed Morocco’s 2007 autonomy plan for the Western Sahara.
The king of Jordan and his wife last visited Morocco in March 10th, 2015.