Rabat - Speaker of the House of Representatives Habib El Malki has been received in Belgrade by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who affirmed his country’s support for Morocco’s territorial integrity.
Rabat – Speaker of the House of Representatives Habib El Malki has been received in Belgrade by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who affirmed his country’s support for Morocco’s territorial integrity.
The Wednesday meeting was also attended by the Moroccan Ambassador to Serbia, Mohamed Amine Belhaj.
The Serbian president said that he aspires to give new impetus to the economic relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Serbia to raise them to the level of the political ties linking the two countries.
The Serbian head of state noted that he has great esteem and consideration for Morocco under King Mohammed VI’s leadership, mentioning his gratitude to the sovereign’s determination to promote Moroccan-Serbian relations.
Serbia is keen to do much more to consolidate relations with Morocco, as well as to coordinate the convergence of the two countries’ stances on international issues, he said.
President Vucic praised the relations between the Moroccan House of Representatives and the Serbian National Assembly, reinforced by the signing of a cooperation agreement between the two legislative bodies.
Habib El Malki thanked the Serbian president for supporting Morocco’s territorial integrity. He also commended the historical depth of Moroccan-Serbian relations.
El Malki recalled Morocco’s support for Serbia’s territorial integrity, noting that the reforms Serbia has undertaken have strengthened its ambitions to join the European Union, its regional status, and its role in promoting peace in the region.
He also reviewed Morocco’s positions and its role in settling various regional and international conflicts through dialogue and in supporting stability and peace.
El Malki started an official visit to Serbia on Tuesday, at the invitation of the president of the Serbian National Assembly, Maja Gojkovic. During his stay, El Malki will hold talks with several parliamentary and government officials.