Rabat - King Mohammed VI has extended an invitation to Edgar Chagwa Lungu, the President of the Republic of Zambia, to pay an official visit to the Kingdom of Morocco as soon as possible.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI has extended an invitation to Edgar Chagwa Lungu, the President of the Republic of Zambia, to pay an official visit to the Kingdom of Morocco as soon as possible.
In a message to President Lungu following the royal visit to Zambia, the King clarified that his invitation was not for a visit, but for a greater future for Moroccan-Zambian relations.
“I am sure such a visit will provide an opportunity to build on the positive outcome of my visit to the sister nation, Zambia, and to continue political consultation at the highest level in order to further enhance convergence of views on matters of common concern.”
He continued, stressing that such a visit would “give fresh momentum to the dynamic action we have launched and provide yet another opportunity for economic operators from both sides to expand the areas of fruitful cooperation so as to serve our peoples’ shared interest.”
King Mohammed VI expressed his high regard for Edgar Chagwa Lungu and for his efforts to fulfil the aspirations of the Zambian people for further progress and prosperity.
“I also want to say how much I value the relations rooted in brotherhood, cooperation and solidarity between our peoples. I know, Mr. President, that we are both determined to consolidate these ties in all sectors.”
Recalling his recent visit to Zambia and the numerous bilateral agreements signed by the Sovereign and President Lungu, the King stated that “the official visit I had the pleasure of paying to your country and the important agreements signed have made it possible to lay solid foundations for turning our relations into a full-fledged partnership that would serve as a model for South-South cooperation, especially in Africa.”