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Erdogan Proud of Bilateral Ties Between Morocco and Turkey

Erdogan Proud of Bilateral Ties Between Morocco and Turkey

Rabat – President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has expressed satisfaction and pride over the strengthening of Moroccan-Turkish bilateral ties.

Erdogan received Morocco’s Speaker of the House of Representatives Habib El Malki, who represented King Mohammed VI at the inauguration ceremony of the Turkish president in Ankara.

During the ceremony, Erdogan expressed gratitude to King Mohammed VI for Morocco’s participation in the ceremony. He also extended greetings to the monarch and pride over the “good relations between the two countries.”

For his part, El Malki conveyed King Mohammed VI’s congratulations to the Turkish president, expressing determination to reinforce cooperation and joint action between the two countries in various fields in the service of the peoples of both countries.

Twenty-two heads of states and twenty-eight heads of government and presidents of parliaments attended Erdogan’s Inauguration ceremony, which took place at the presidential palace in Ankara on Monday.

Morocco’s monarch sent his congratulatory message to Erdogan following his reelection as President of the Republic of Turkey on June 24.

In his message, the King said that “this re-election is a testament to the renewed confidence of the Turkish people” in the president’s efforts “to advance, develop and strengthen Turkey’s position” internationally.

The monarch also saluted the ties of solidarity and mutual esteem linking between the two countries as well as the cooperation between the countries, which is based on fruitful ties and active solidarity.

King Mohammed VI also expressed his determination to continue to work with the Turkish President with the aim of reinforcing the bonds and boosting them to the level of the aspirations of the peoples of the two countries.

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