Rabat - Morocco’s Ambassador to Argentina Fouad Yazourh has been honored with the Order of the Liberator San Martin, Grand Cross for his diplomatic mission in the country.
Rabat – Morocco’s Ambassador to Argentina Fouad Yazourh has been honored with the Order of the Liberator San Martin, Grand Cross for his diplomatic mission in the country.
The state decoration was handed to the Moroccan ambassador during an official ceremony held at the San Martin Palace on Thursday. The ceremony was marked by the attendance of high-level officials, including Daniel Raimondi, Argentina’s Deputy Minister of External Relations, and ambassadors of the Arab and Islamic countries accredited in Argentina.
During the ceremony, Raimondi lauded Yazourh’s diplomatic efforts that helped promote bilateral ties between the two countries, emphasizing that “relations between Argentina and Morocco can be strengthened in a more intense and enriching way.”
Raimond has also underscored the various initiatives and activities conducted by the Moroccan diplomat to make Morocco known in the South American country. The Argentinian official has also lauded Yazourh initiatives intended to make Moroccan culture and values known in Argentina.
According to Maghreb Arab Press, the importance of bilateral ties between the two countries were underscored during the visit of Gabriela Michetti, Vice President of Argentina in July.
During her visit, Michetti has met with several Moroccan officials, with whom she discussed means to reinforce cooperation in different fields.
Speaking about the Moroccan-Argentina relations, Yazourh said that the relations between the two countries knew in the last years, an important exchange of visits, which reflects the quality of “the excellent relations between the two countries that share values based on the defense of peace and the adoption of dialogue as the only way to resolve conflicts.”
The Moroccan diplomat said that the visit of the Vice President of Argentina to Morocco “gave a new impetus to the excellent links between Buenos Aires and Rabat.”
According to Yazourh, Morocco and Argentina are two countries, whose relations are based on trust and mutual respect, adding that the countries are working to deepen and diversify the links that unite them. “There is no doubt that we have been able to consolidate bilateral relations characterized by maturity, openness and multiple dimensions.”